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Agricultural, Energy, &  Healthcare Lobbying services in Washington, D.C. by Cansler ConsultingInfluencing the U.S.'s Biggest Consumer

The federal government is the largest purchaser of goods and services in the United States.

Washington's purchasing decisions are specific to the respective mission of each of its agencies and thus thousands of varying purchase opportunities exists. And, more and more, federal government agencies are basing their purchase decisions on energy efficiencies and positive environmental impacts provided.

Even with the advent of technology, accessing the federal market place continues to be a complex and arcane process. Oftentimes, private sector companies are uncertain where to begin, or whom to call with questions about selling their goods and services.

Cansler Consulting can help you by:

  • identifying and examining the agency-specific products most often purchased by the agencies;
  • obtaining agency procurement forecasts;
  • determining which federal agencies to direct your marketing;
  • determining the benefits of selling your product/service through Government Services Agency and/or Defense Logistics Agency;
  • determine if you qualify for federal purchasing preference programs;
  • determine your eligibility for federal loan guarantee programs;
  • ensuring your products comply with Federal Trade Commission guidelines; and
  • introducing you to contacts of important agency purchasing officials so you can directly market to them.

Cansler Consulting government relations lobbyistsIf you need quality representation from an entrepreneurial lobbying firm contact Cansler Consulting. We are a certified lobbying practice that is experienced in the multi-faceted and inter-related industries of Agriculture, Biotechnology, Food and Drug Safety, Health, Immigration, Transportation & Infrastructure, International Trade and Energy. Through our congressional and regulatory relationships established for over two decades we can help you the policy makers on Capitol Hill and navigate the federal budgeting process. You can contact us at