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Constituent Services

Our office provides a number of services for our constituents. Below please find more information and how to request assistance.

Help with a Federal Agency

Help with a Federal Agency

If you are working with a federal agency and are not receiving an answer in a timely fashion, or you feel you've been treated unfairly, our office may be able to assist you resolve the problem or get more information. Read More »
Service Academy Nominations

Service Academy Nominations

Information and an application form for people seeking a nomination to a U.S. Military Service Academy. Read More »
Internships

Internships at Federal Agencies

Information on internship opportunities available in our offices. Read More »
Grant Applications

Grant Applications

Information for people applying for Federal Grants. Read More »
Flag Requests

Flag Requests

You can purchase a U.S. flag through our office. You can also request flags that have been flown over the Capitol building. Read More »
Visiting Washington, DC

Visiting Washington, DC

Our staff can assist you with obtaining tickets for tours of the U.S. Capitol building and other Washington, DC attractions. Read More »
Art Competition Submissions

Art Competition Submissions

Each spring, the U.S. House of Representatives sponsors a high school art competition. Any high school student who is a constituent can fill out an application form and submit their artwork. The winner has their art displayed in the U.S. Capitol building for that year. Read More »

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