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After more than four decades, BPI continues to keep readers on top of developments that are crucial to business, government and academia . . . alerting professionals to upcoming trends . . . giving readers the news they want -- and fast. Our readers are our focus, and with each product we offer, we strive to consistently meet our readers' information needs.
BPI coverage is global. While our readership is highly defined, the issues we report on truly span the globe. Pollution, water resources, hazardous materials, waste management, technology, health and social policies -- all are worldwide concerns. We have seen a rise in interest for our services from outside the U.S., and in turn, we are keeping readers on top of a broader range of international developments.
And, BPI coverage is always unbiased. Because our newsletters and reports accept no advertising, government funding or lobbyist support, we have only one interest to serve: our subscribers' information needs. When our subscribers benefit from the articles we write, use the tips we give them and develop new contacts from interviews, then we have succeeded in attaining our editorial goals.
Through BPI, subscribers access the resources of one of the largest, most experienced editorial staffs in Washington: 40 Washington-based reporters and editors, plus national correspondents. All charged with the mission to maintain our high standards of editorial quality and fulfill our promise to our readers. BPI reporters give their readers the news and analysis they need -- thoroughly, succinctly, on target and on-time.