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  • The National Group helped a university client secure a $1.5M programmatic increase in the FY22 Senate Appropriations bill to continue a research program with the US Marine Corps to extend the life of vehicles and weapons platforms
  • On behalf of a university client, The National Group assisted in getting language included in the FY22 Senate Defense Appropriations bill that will provide funding for research into secondary effects of traumatic brain injury in warfighters
  • The National Group helped to secure a programmatic increase of $50M in the FY22 Senate Energy & Water Appropriations bill for a corporate client working on technology to improve energy efficiency in buildings
  • Working with a major American corporation, The National Group helped to secure a programmatic increase of $15M  in the FY22 Senate Defense Appropriations bill for an additive manufacturing project with the US Navy
  • The National Group helped to secure a $7.3M earmark for a hospital resiliency project in the FY22 House Homeland Security Appropriations bill
  • Working with a Florida hospital, The National Group devised and executed a strategy that led to a protective seawall being reconstructed by the US Army Corps of Engineers saving the hospital more than $7M
  • The National Group helped to restore $70M in federal funding for a clean energy manufacturing innovation institute that had been eliminated in the Department of Energy's budget
  • Working with providers of emergency room services, The National Group helped to pass legislation to end surprise medical bills in a manner fair to both patients and providers
  • With the assistance of The National Group, University of Hawai'i Cancer Center has received a $3 million grant to conduct research related to the effects of mesothelioma on warfighters, military personnel generally, DOD civilian and contract employees working in shipyards and other facilities where exposure to asbestos and other causes of mesothelioma are located.
  • Researchers at National Jewish Health will seek to understand why warfighters deployed toSouthwest Asia suffer increased rates of respiratory disease and test potential treatments thanks to $11.5 million in grants from the U.S. Department of Defense.