The Franklin Partnership Services

We provide a broad range of law and government relations services to our clients. Our partners have focused expertise in the areas outlined below and provide world-class services while delivering proven results. We work with our clients to develop individualized advocacy goals and formulate effective legislative roadmaps. In addition to establishing a comprehensive political strategy to meet your needs, we will work with you to implement your legislative and regulatory agenda.

Municipalities, Local Governments, Chambers of Commerce

  • Assist with preparing and implementing federal and/or state legislative agendas
  • Federal funding through the appropriations and grant process
  • Municipal issues, with emphasis on Transportation and Water Projects
  • Homeland Security Grants
  • Economic Development Initiatives
  • Urban Revitalization Projects
  • Law Enforcement

Defense

  • Secure funds for innovative research and development projects for small to medium sized defense for defense intelligence and homeland security applications
  • Federal funding for numerous DOD weapons systems, to include the F/A 22 Raptor and the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter programs
  • Representation before Departments of Defense
  • Expertise on force structure and Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC)

Health Care

  • Medicare Reimbursement
  • Secure federal funding for worthy medical research and development initiatives
  • Supplies

Small Business

  • Tax Reform
  • Health Care
  • International Trade
  • Job Training / Labor
  • Energy Policy

Manufacturing

  • Trade Agreements and Compliance
  • R&D Tax Credit
  • Funding for federal programs
  • Energy Policy
  • Environmental Regulations

Native American Tribes

  • Recognition/Tribal Sovereignty
  • Water Rights
  • Tax
  • Health Care
  • Economic Development

Telecommunications

  • Spectrum Allocation
  • Competition
  • Tax and Federal / Local Jurisdictions

Non-Profits and Trade Associations

  • Early Childhood Development and Head Start Issues
  • Education / Training
  • Federal funding through the appropriations and grant process
  • Membership Management and Development
  • Washington “Fly-Ins”