Constituent Services

As one of your federal representatives, Senator Wyden can help you in a number of different ways. In this section, you will find information on the various services and opportunities where he and his office may be able to assist you.

Please choose from any of the options below for more details.

Visit Washington, D.C.

Are you planning a trip to Washington? Senator Wyden's office can schedule a tour of the Capitol for you and provide information on the best sites to see in the nation's capital.

Help with a Federal Agency

Often Senator Wyden's office can assist you in navigating the many hurdles that are all too common in dealing with federal government agencies. Whether you need help obtaining information on the status of a claim you've filed or are seeking information from the federal government, Senator Wyden's staff is frequently successful in expediting the process and getting you the answers that you need.

Federal Resources

There are many rules and procedures that govern the way the Senate works. Those rules and procedures can sometimes be difficult to understand, and this section is filled with online resources designed to answer many of those questions.

Request a Flag

Senator Wyden's office can arrange to have a flag flown over the United States Capitol to commemorate a special holiday, event or occasion.


Federal funding is available for various types of projects, including those related to health care, education, community development and infrastructure. Private foundations also award grants to institutions and organizations working to improve their communities. This website is designed to help Oregonians identify the funding sources that are available and best suited for them.


One way for students to learn about the legislative process is through internships. Senator Wyden's office has opportunities for interning during the summer, fall and spring semesters.

Academy Nominations

Interested in attending one of the nation's service academies? This section provides information on each of the academies and Senator Wyden's nominating process.