In preparing its marketing study commissioned by the U.S. military, the RAND Corporation sought the advice of PR advisers including Burson-Marsteller, Weber Shandwick, J.D. Power, the Rendon Group, and the Lincoln Group. The report called for a review of the Smith-Mundt Act, which bans government propaganda aimed at U.S. audiences, claiming that it put the military at a "competitive disadvantage". Paige Craig, from the Lincoln Group, told PR Week that "it's almost embarrassing to sit here and realize we've got the talent and ability to counter what the adversary makes; it's simply a matter of policy."
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