Witt Global Partners is a comprehensive bipartisan lobbying, strategic business consulting, and disaster advisory services firm 

We are an experienced team of professionals with 200 years of combined public service and government relations experience. In other words, we know our way around Washington. Our knowledge expands to state capitols and boardrooms across the globe. We bring an extensive and high-level network of political and corporate decision-makers.  We not only know how the decisions are made, we know who makes them.

We work with our clients to help them achieve their mission and then orchestrate the many instruments needed to succeed. We have lasting partnerships with our clients because we continually perform for them. We counsel multi-national corporations as well as startups that strive for global development and growth ⎼ bringing their products and services to an international stage. Utilizing our team's unique perspectives, we put our experience to work for you.

Witt Global Partners is led by James Lee Witt.
Together, the team has 200 years of public service and government relations experience.



A former White House Cabinet Member under President Bill Clinton, Mr. Witt is respected across the aisle, by both Democrats and Republicans. At Witt Global Partners, he has put together one of the strongest benches in the business.

Our team includes experienced government relations experts who have performed for every business segment, from associations and non-profits to Fortune 500 companies, cities, states and foreign governments. We are proud to count as our partners a former governor, former Member of Congress, past White House National Security Council (NSC) official, and former CEO of the Republican National Convention.  We are not the biggest team on the block, but we are among the most knowledgeable, talented and driven.

“I can’t say enough good things about that guy. He’s down to earth and he’s a doer. There’s no stuffiness about him, no ego about who’s getting credit or who’s doing what.”
— Rep. Howard P. (Buck) McKeon (R-CA), Los Angeles Times