Clerk of the House of Representatives
Legislative Resource Center
B-106 Cannon Building
Washington, DC 20515
http://lobbyingdisclosure.house.gov
Secretary of the Senate
Office of Public Records
232 Hart Building
Washington, DC 20510
http://www.senate.gov/lobby

LOBBYING REGISTRATION

Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995 (Section 4)

Check One: New Registrant New Client for Existing Registrant Amendment

1. Effective Date of Registration
7/1/2013
2. House Identification
 41732
Senate Identification
 400774330

REGISTRANT Organization/Lobbying Firm Self Employed Individual

3. RegistrantOrganization
Shockey Scofield Solutions, LLC
Address
333 North Fairfax Street
Address2
 Suite 100
City
Alexandria
State
VA
Zip
22314
Country
USA
4. Principal place of business (if different than line 3)
City
 
State
 
Zip
 
Country
 
5. Contact name and telephone number International Number
Contact
 Mr. John Scofield
Telephone
 5714212270
E-mail
 scofield@s-3group.com
6. General description of registrant’s business or activities
 Government Relations Consulting

CLIENT A Lobbying Firm is required to file a separate registration for each client. Organizations employing in-house lobbyists should check the box labeled “Self” and proceed to line 10. Self

7. Client name
 Koch Companies Public Sector, LLC
Address
 4111 East 37th Street N
City
 Wichita
State
 KS
Zip
 67220
Country
 USA
8. Principal place of business (if different than line 7)
City
 
State
 
Zip
 
Country
 
9. General description of client’s business or activities
 Energy, trading, operations and investment company

LOBBYISTS

10. Name of each individual who has acted or is expected to act as a lobbyist for the client identified on line 7. If any person listed in this section has served as a “covered executive branch official” or “covered legislative branch official” within twenty years of first acting as a lobbyist for the client, state the executive and/or legislative position(s) in which the person served.

Name  Covered Official Position (if applicable)
First
Last
Suffix
 Mike  Ference   Director of Strategic Development, Maj. Leader Eric Cantor
 John Scofield   Comm Dir, House Approps Comm
 Jeff Shockey   Staff Director, House Approps Comm

LOBBYING ISSUES

11. General lobbying issue areas (Select all applicable codes).

 ENG
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

12. Specific lobbying issues (current and anticipated)

H. Con Res 24, Expressing the sense of Congress that a carbon tax would be detrimental to the United States economy; Issues related to the limiting the impact of the Renewable Fuels Standard.


AFFILIATED ORGANIZATIONS

13. Is there an entity other than the client that contributes more than $5,000 to the lobbying activities of the registrant in a quarterly period and either actively participates in and/or in whole or in major part supervises, plans, or controls the registrant’s lobbying activities?

No --> Go to line 14. Yes --> Complete the rest of this section for each entity matching the criteria above, then proceed to line 14.

Internet Address:
 
NameAddressPrincipal Place of Business
Street
CityState/ProvinceZip CodeCountry

FOREIGN ENTITIES

14. Is there any foreign entity

a) holds at least 20% equitable ownership in the client or any organization identified on line 13; or

b) directly or indirectly, in whole or in major part, plans, supervises, controls, directs, finances or subsidizes activities of the client or any organization identified on line 13; or

c) is an affiliate of the client or any organization identified on line 13 and has a direct interest in the outcome of the lobbying activity?

No --> Sign and date the registration.Yes --> Complete the rest of this section for each entity matching the criteria above, then sign the registration.

AddressOwnership
NameStreetPrincipal place of businessAmount of contribution
CityState/ProvinceCountry
(city and state or country)for lobbying activities

Signature
Digitally Signed By: John Scofield
Date
7/30/2013 12:06:25 PM