Register of Lobbyists
Who is a lobbyist?
A lobbyist is a person or organisation that represents the interests of a third party to the Government. Any lobbyist who wishes to have contact on behalf of a client with a government official is required to be registered, and a government official is not permitted to have dealings with a lobbyist who is not registered. Some exclusions apply; find out more about the register and see the Code of Conduct.
I am a lobbyist, how can I register?
Is the information on the register up to date?
Lobbyists are required to update their details as changes occur and to confirm their details at the end of each quarter. The date that a lobbyist's details were last updated is listed on the Register.
Please note the information within the Register of Lobbyists has been provided to the Public Sector Commission by external sources and should not be used for any purpose other than in relation to the Register of Lobbyists. If you see any incorrect information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.