We possess an expert ability to communicate complex topics in an engaging way that connects with the needs of government audiences—from the U.S. Congress to constituents—and moves them to action. We have been honored to support the important work of a range of government agencies, including the White House, the New York State Department of Health, and the Department of Health and Human Services.

We are a seasoned federal contractor, with over two decades of experience serving as a primary marketing and communications consultancy for the Health Resources and Services Administration’s HIV/AIDS Bureau. We consistently receive top rankings for meeting the unique requirements of large-scale projects. Evaluations of Impact’s work for its federal clients can be found in the Contractor Performance Assessment Reporting System under contracts # HHSH250200900041C and # HHSH250201100024C.


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"Impact is very good at adjusting their timelines to accommodate the government's clearance process—even completing one project in half the time!"

— Kelley Weld, Project Officer, Health Resources and Services Administration