Washington D.C.

Our Ohio based lobby group is supported locally and in DC for our clients who require national or DC lobbyists.

Columbus, Ohio

With access locally to the Ohio Statehouse and DC, our government relations clients have unparalleled access.
Project Funding/Grant Writing

The Doyle Group wins grants and secures state and federal funding for our diverse clients’ interests. Why? Because we know what it takes to compete in today’s environment with too many good projects are chasing too few dollars. We go the extra miles, working with clients on a comprehensive strategy to access the billions of dollars still available to those who smartly ask! With us, your project has the winning edge!

Our tested grant-writing and financing work at the state and federal levels means our clients can access resources at both levels to maximize dollar receipt. Our rich government experience means we understand the legislative intent behind a program. We know the most current thinking of staff in that program office and will highlight your project with those decision-makers and other influentials.

Our goal is to develop a diverse and highly-leveraged funding strategy, designed to limit your contribution.

Proven and tested: We have won over $ 1 Billion for clients in public funds!

State and Federal Grant Support entails:

  • Understanding your institutional priorities and financial situation;
  • Consistent review of all state and funding potentials for your project;
  • Grant strategy development and a Strategic Financing Plan;
  • Inventory of all necessary supporting documents;
  • Application reviews and editing;
  • Stakeholder outreach;
  • Post-award, fulfilling grant reporting requirements.

Some of our most recent results include:

  • $ 2.7 Million in the Ohio State Budget for the clean-up of the Grand Lake St. Mary, the state’s largest inland lake;
  • $ 250,000 for the construction of an Emergency Room at a Norwalk, Ohio hospital;
  • $ 17.5 Million in US DOT TIGER 1 grant for short line railroad upgrades in 4 states;
  • $ 280,000 National Endowment for the Arts grant for a Massachusetts theater;
  • $ 2 Million ODOT TRAC funds for Interchange preliminary engineering;
  • Funding a major waste to energy project.