The Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division is the Executive Branch agency with the core mission of protecting and promoting competition through enforcement of the antitrust laws, and the Division works tirelessly to ensure that the American consumer benefits from the fruits of our work. But other federal agencies and the 50 states frequently also share our goals and can help promote more competitive markets and break down barriers to new competition through rulemakings and legislation. That’s why the Division doesn’t stop with just enforcing the antitrust laws. Instead, we also regularly provide our competition expertise, both formally and informally, to our colleagues across the federal government and in the states. Working together, we can better ensure that consumers reap the benefits of competition through lower prices, higher quality goods and services, and unmatched innovation.