A little over a year ago, as the pandemic ramped up, five of the largest corporate travel management companies banded together and hired a Washington lobbying firm. They wanted to ensure their sector's plight was understood by lawmakers debating early relief packages. Now focused on easing international travel restrictions, the effort recently welcomed two more TMCs: CWT and Direct Travel.

The pair joined American Express Global Business Travel, BCD Travel, Corporate Travel Management and Travel Leaders Group, the original group that enlisted Monument Advocacy for . . .

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