The catalog will keep clients appraised of the most current and comprehensive information on upcoming grants.
U.S. Economic Development Administration Announces $3 Billion in Funding from the American Rescue Plan Act
RPPG provides a breakdown of funding opportunities for states and local governments through the U.S. Economic Development Administration that will support economic recovery and resilience in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Historic Broadband Infrastructure Investments Provides Funding Opportunities for Local Governments and Service Providers
RPPG provides a deep dive into broadband infrastructure funding opportunities after Governor Newsom’s signing of AB 156.
California State Legislature FY 21-22 Budget Framework Provides Potential Funding Opportunities for Local Agencies
RPPG anticipates significant competitive funding opportunities for local governments over the next several years based on the state budget and expenditure of surplus funds.
RPPG welcomes experienced grant writer and trained project manager Jake Whitaker to the team as Manager of Grant Writing and Research.
On Wednesday, March 24 at 6:30 p.m., RPPG Senior Policy Advisor Dan Carrigg will join a panel of experts to discuss housing at Foster City’s joint City Council and Planning Commission Meeting.
Renne Public Policy Group is looking for a Grant Writing and Research (Candidate). The Candidate will primarily focus on identifying, researching, and drafting grant proposals for RPPG local government clients—largely in the areas of transportation, infrastructure, housing, homelessness, climate, public safety, and other areas that support critical public services. Job Type: Full-time
With the Legislature’s return weeks away, and some bills already introduced, this paper--after first providing background on some other issues affecting housing production--will focus on what local governments can expect in 2021.
Yesterday marked the end of an election unlike any we have seen, with over 100 million Americans voting prior to the Nov. 3 election day. President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden campaigned until the very end to sway those remaining undecided voters.
Nine of the measures on the California ballot this November, if approved, will have financial and policy impacts on local government revenues and operations in the following areas: property taxes, criminal justice reform, voting eligibility, rent control, affirmative action and the ‘gig’ economy.