Purdue will downsize D.C. office to cut lobbying costs

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Purdue University is continuing to cut costs.

The university plans to downsize its Washington, D.C., office by cutting ties with an outside lobbying firm.

That will allow the school to cut back on its federal lobbying costs.

Purdue isn’t yet saying just how much money the move will save.

3 comments

  • INPrinter

    Glad to see the former Gov is applying some common sense to cutting costs at Purdue. I am sure the Libs he has to work with does not make for a happy work environment. However, in a few years Purdue will probably be on a solid financial footing and able to responsibly grow the learning environment of the University.

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