From the longer Wikipedia page [1]

Third Way is a Washington, D.C.-based public policy think tank.

Founded in 2005, the organization develops and markets issue papers to policymakers, conducts public opinion research and hosts issue briefings for issue advocates, "thought-leaders" and United States government officials. The organization has four policy divisions: Economics, National Security, Clean Energy, and Social Policy & Politics.

On balance, Third Way purports to develop policies that are neither ideologically "Democratic" nor "Republican". Rather, Third Way advocates for policies that the organization states "represent the political center."

Reuters has described the organization as a centrist democratic think tank. In a November 2010 profile of the organization, Politico's James Hohmann described Third Way as the "wheelhouse" of independent and swing voters.

The website is [2].