Established in 1866, the National Republican Congressional Committee is a political body that provides financial contribution to increase the Republican Conference members in the U.S. House of Representatives. It offers technical assistance, research, voter registration and education solutions for the Republican Party organization and candidates. The committee deals in various issues related to health care, tax, education, national defense, economy, energy, and social and border security. It specializes in providing support services for campaign strategy development, planning, management, communication, fundraising , administration and legal compliance. The committee has executive, finance, political, administrative and communication departments. The National Republican Congressional Committee is located in Washington, D.C.