Frank Steinberg is a Vice President of Government Relations at Forbes Tate Partners. He is part of the firm’s lobbying team – with his primary focus being House Republicans.

Mr. Steinberg handles a diverse portfolio of issues, including financial services, appropriations, education, telecom, tech, and defense. He has relationships with several Members and staff across the Conference – ranging from the moderate Tuesday Group to the conservative Freedom Caucus.

Prior to joining Forbes Tate Partners in March 2015, Frank worked at Lewis-Burke Associates, a government relations firm that specializes in science, technology, and higher education.

There, Frank represented some of the country’s leading research universities before Congress and federal agencies.

Before his nearly seven years at Lewis-Burke, Frank gained key insight into the legislative process and the workings of Capitol Hill during his time in the office of then-Senator Richard Lugar of Indiana.

Mr. Steinberg has designed and implemented legislative agendas that strategically leverage insight and strong relationships across Congress and the federal agencies to achieve targeted wins for clients. He brings extensive experience in navigating the annual budget and appropriations processes – helping Forbes Tate Partners’ clients to both create new initiatives and protect vital programs.

Frank is active in Republican politics. He has volunteered on campaigns in Ohio, Indiana, and his home state of New Jersey. Frank graduated with honors from Denison University in Granville, Ohio, where he majored in Political Science.

He resides in Washington, DC.