When it comes to lobbying the federal government, no one does it bigger than Alphabet, Google's parent company.

The tech giant spent millions on lobbying efforts in 2016, outpacing other companies like Amazon and Facebook by millions of dollars.

That's according to the Center for Responsive Politics, which compiled lobbying expenditures from the Senate Office of Public Records up until October 2016. The records show that while Alphabet spent millions this year, it was down from the $16,660,000 it spent in 2015.

Read below to find out how much some of the biggest tech firms in the nation spent on lobbying this year.

17. Yelp: $430,000

16. Twitter: $510,000

15. Neustar: $550,000

14. Dropbox: $565,000

13. Netflix: $600,000

12. Expedia: $600,000

11. Dell: $610,000

10. Alibaba: $710,000

9. Spotify: $710,000

8. PayPal: $736,611

7. SalesForce: $930,000

5. eBay: $1,640,000

4. Yahoo: $1,890,000

3. Facebook: $6,992,000

2. Amazon: $8,624,000

1. Alphabet: $11,850,000

This post originally appeared on Business Insider.