Congressman Gus Bilirakis

Representing the 12th District of Florida


US Capitol BuildingInformation on types of services and help my office may be able to provide, and how to request more information or assistance.
If you can't get an answer from a federal agency in a timely fashion, or if you feel you have been treated unfairly, my office might be able to help resolve a problem or get you the information you need. While we cannot guarantee you a favorable outcome, we will do our best to help you receive a fair and timely response to your problem.
Main and District Office Address' and Telephone Numbers as well as an online contact form.
For those constituents visiting the Washington D.C. area, I am pleased to offer this information on local tours and points of interest. As this information is subject to change throughout the year, I recommend that you call the numbers listed to ensure times and availabilities of tours.
The office of Congressman Gus Bilirakis runs an internship program accepting college students interested in learning about the operations of a congressional office. In addition to general office support, interns assist the Congressman's staff with constituent services, Capitol tours, and light research. Interns are also encouraged to attend hearings, lectures, and seminars available in Congress and around the Hill.
Each member of Congress, either in the House of Representatives or the Senate, is allowed a total of five appointees in each service academy. For each vacancy, I am allowed to nominate ten individuals.
If you are a resident of Florida's 12th Congressional District, you may purchase a U.S. flag from the office of Rep. Gus Bilirakis. You may also request that your new flag be flown over the Capitol. Flags may be flown for a particular person, event, or organization, and may be flown on a specific date. A certificate of recognition is included with each flag.
Information gateway, prepared by the Congressional Research Service for Members of Congress, provides guidance and online procurement procedures for doing business with the federal government.
This Information Web page, prepared by the Congressional Research Service for Members of Congress, guides students through the process of locating and applying for financial aid.
There are thousands of federal grant programs that your organization might be eligible for and I am often asked about what is available. Following this link should answer some of your questions.
Resources for seniors and information on the annual Seniors Health Fair.
A collection of fun resources for Kids.
We respect the privacy of our online visitors and collect only a very limited amount of user information. This information is used only to improve the content and design of the Web site. Collected information includes the IP addresses of visitors, time of access, browser type used, and pages visited. We collect this information on an aggregate basis only (for example, which pages are most popular among visitors as a whole). This information is used to help improve the Web page, is for internal review only and not shared with any outside parties.
Presidential Greetings can be requested for special occasions. Birthday greetings are available for recipients who are at least 80 years old or veterans who are at least 70 years old. Those celebrating their 50th, 60th, 70th or more wedding anniversary can also receive a greeting from the President. Finally, presidential greetings may also be requested for weddings, the birth of a child, Eagle Scout or Girl Scout Gold Awards, and Bar/Bat Mitvahs. To request a Presidential greeting, please email Chris Jones at least six weeks in advance of the event.