Capital Eye writer Anne Riley raises the questions of whether such ads should technically be considered lobbying and thus be listed in reports companies are required to file twice a year with the Senate Office of Public Records. Defense companies tell Riley no, these ads are intended to “raise general awareness” and don't just target specific individuals with authority over contract decisions, such as legislators or Pentagon officials.
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