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Frank LoBiondo opens new consulting firm

Jason Galanes will run Washington office

By David Wildstein, February 11 2019 10:48 am

Former Rep. Frank LoBiondo (R-Ventnor), who has a deep rolodex of friends on both sides of the aisle, will open up a new consulting firm called LoBo Strategies.

LoBiondo retired last month after twelve terms as the congressman from New Jersey’s 2nd district, where he was a senior member of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, the House Armed Services Committee, and the House Intelligence Committee.  He chaired several subcommittees during his 24 years in Congress.

“Leaving Congress was never leaving the issues behind that I focused on and care about, which is why launching LoBo Strategies was a logical decision as I considered my next steps,” said LoBiondo. “I will take the same philosophy to helping clients that I took in Congress, namely a bipartisan approach to find common-sense solutions. It is clear to me and those I will work with that getting positive results in Washington will require support from all sides.”

LoBo Strategies will work with clients in the areas of aviation, maritime, defense, intelligence and national security, including unmanned aerial systems (UAS or drones), general transportation & infrastructure issues, environmental issues and fisheries.

Jason Galanes, LoBiondo’s former chief of staff and longtime communications director, has also joined the firm, which will have offices in Ventnor and Washington, D.C.

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