TFG worked on behalf of the Imperial Irrigation District on a landmark regional water agreement that cleared the way for modernization of the All American Canal.

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Building on our team’s unmatched experience in promoting local governments and their partners, TFG provides clients the strategies and tools to shape national policy, obtain resources for revitalization and innovation, and get results in Washington.

MCNC hosted NTIA, members of Congress, state legislators, community college presidents, corporate leaders, and the Golden LEAF Foundation at the groundbreaking to expand the North Carolina Research and Education Network utilizing $104 million in federal funds.

TFG helped Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District secure more than $57 million to support construction of the largest flat plate fish screen in the world.

TFG worked to secure $22 million for the installation of 54 inch diameter pipe on the Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District’s Enclosed Lateral Improvement Project, a project authorized under the Yakima River Basin Water Enhancement Project Act.

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Client Spotlight

MCNC, a statewide non-profit organization, received a total of $104 million in federal funding through both Round 1 and Round 2 of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Broadband Technology Opportunities BTOP funding, which leveraged private sector and...

Private Sector

Private sector innovator ShotSpotter provides gunshot detection systems to many communites across the nation, but its customers often need additional resources to help complete the purchase of this important technology.  

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By the Numbers

$480,000
for job training focused on alternative automotive technologies
$1.4M
for Advanced Propulsion Materials