The Franklin Partnership, LLP specializes in securing federal appropriations and grants for our clients. From the largest defense contractor in the world to the family owned business, our experience with the federal appropriations and grant process has proved beneficial to our clients time and time again.
Municipalities, companies, universities, hospitals and non-profits are turning to the federal government for support in greater numbers than ever before. Unfortunately, under the current fiscal environment Washington cannot provide funds to satisfy every request. Thousands of entities compete with one another each year for a limited amount of federal funds which is why organizations need representation in Washington to set them apart from their competition.
We continue to help our clients secure millions in congressional appropriations through our relationships with members of Congress and most importantly, they key players on the Appropriations Committees which ultimately make all federal funding decisions. Through these contacts, we also help identify federal grant and contracting opportunities for our clients in advance of the public posting, giving the organization an advantage over the competition.
Our successes range from defense research and procurement dollars to land acquisition and education programs. Each client is unique in its federal funding needs, and as a result, we tailor our strategy to ensure your specific goals come to fruition. We work with our clients in every aspect of the process, from establishing an effective legislative review process, to developing the requests and applications, to working with the appropriate committee staff and federal and state agencies.
- $2,700,000 Holy Cross Children’s Services (building construction, office rehab, vehicles and safety improvements)
- $428,000,000 Detroit Metro Airport (new Terminals , runways and roads)
- $1,680,000 Henry Ford Museum (transportation project)
- $15 million of defense appropriations for a New Mexico-based defense contractor
- Over $13 million for cancer research funding
- $10 million to expand a water treatment facility in San Diego County, CA
- Over $4 million for highway congestion relief
- More than $72 million from 1999 to present for military life support technologies
- More than $250 million from 1998 to present for US Army Medevac program
- Assisted in securing Community Development Block Grants (CDBG), Community Services Block Grants (CSBG), and Early Learning Opportunities Act (ELOA) Grants