23 Strategic Program Development Group includes sector leaders, regulatory experts in agriculture, infrastructure, government, workforce development, and enterprise solutions. Our clientele consists of organizations, non-profits, land grant colleges, ports, and municipalities.

Compensation is provided for services, or we offer a turnkey solution, provided recipients use our recommended service providers. We are flexible in partnering with smaller local businesses and open to collaboration with businesses of varying sizes in these sectors.

$4.9 Billion 

Funding for Transformational Infrastructure Projects


Projects that enhance the safety, efficiency, and reliability of freight transportation




Programs for Rural Communities

Our objective is to provide expert services for establishing successful private public partnerships (ppp) that address the challenges of complex infrastructure projects. The guiding coalition, comprised of trusted opinion leaders, advises and supports clients and partners, ensuring equal participation in decision-making for revenue-generating initiatives.


Our cohesive team is dedicated to delivering innovative and effective solutions to communities and municipalities. Our approach supports clients throughout the project lifecycle, employing proven methods, tools, and solutions for diagnostics, analysis, strategy development, capability building, and implementation.



We collaborate with state and local government organizations to achieve specific social and civic objectives, enhancing citizens’ lives and livelihoods across various sectors. Our highly collaborative model, informed by extensive experience and research data, tailors approaches to each client’s needs in digital analytics, operations, organization, and strategy.

Working comprehensively from initial diagnosis through to sustainable outcomes, we deliver concrete results in critical domains like climate change, renewable energy, transportation, housing, workforce enhancement, and infrastructure development. Our emphasis encompasses renewable energy technologies, affordable housing solutions, environmental education programs, remediation of legacy pollution, enhancement of clean water infrastructure, and agricultural sustainability initiatives.



We work end to end – from diagnosis to delivery of lasting impact – together generating tangible results in the following areas:

1. Climate change
2. Clean energy and energy efficiency
3. Clean transportation
4. Affordable and sustainable housing
5. Workforce development and training related to climate, the environment, natural disasters, clean energy, clean transportation, housing, water and wastewater infrastructure, and legacy pollution reduction, including in energy communities
6. Remediation and reduction of pollution
7. Vital clean water and waste infrastructure
8. Infrastructure improvements
9. Agriculture


Executive order 14008 stipulates that 40% of the federal investments from covered programs should be allocated to support disadvantaged communities. In response, each agency must devise a methodology to calculate the benefits that emanate from each applicable covered program.

  • Many organizations and communities are unable to allocate the necessary time and resources to organize and qualify for these benefits.
  • Individually, these verticals lack the necessary skills and experience to establish partnerships with governments and municipalities. They face difficulties in building relationships and navigating through governmental sectors to gain their trust and consent.
  • To elaborate, our role involves facilitating the creation of ecosystems and providing them with access to funding. Subsequently, we offer an option to assist in the management of these organizations.


Amount received by Atlanta Regional Commission in Federal Funding for EV infrastructure in 100 cities.



Municipalities who prioritize generating revenue.


Our coalition endeavors to facilitate our partners’ success.

  • The bottom line is that no single entity, regardless of its level of dedication, expertise, or capacity, can independently leverage federal funding.
  • While local governments may possess election certificates, they often grapple with staff turnover and the relentless pace of local elections, which proceed despite federal spending deadlines.
  • Additionally, nonprofits frequently serve as the municipal public policy arm’s execution component.
  • Ultimately, a well-coordinated team is essential in navigating these complex funding procedures.

Areas for coalition to consider:

  • Increased technical assistance and community engagement of disadvantaged communities
  • Increased flood mitigation benefits
  • Floodplain restoration
  • Hectares of wetlands restoration
  • Green stormwater infrastructure
  • Urban flood risk mapping



Identify economic development groups and key decision makers.


Developing stakeholder engagement plans is crucial.


Our professionals possess both the necessary technical expertise and the aptitude to work seamlessly with the community.

We locate primary decision-makers who can authorize our guidance for implementing appropriate programs within their respective communities. 

Involved parties sign a memorandum of understanding with us, which prohibits any circumvention.


23 Strategic Development Group comprehensive strategy to involve stakeholders who are pertinent to the covered agency program. Our plan includes a timeline for engaging and soliciting feedback from relevant stakeholders such as grantees and recipients with regards to the implementation of programs like the Justice40 Initiative. Which highlights key issues related to the covered program for stakeholder input. It’s important to consider other engagement efforts and adhere to public involvement activities as required by the National Environmental Policy Act.

Finally, while calculating benefits outside of a disadvantaged community, it is essential to consult the community in question.

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Benefits met by working with the coalition:

  • Help reaching disadvantaged communities
  • Slowing the progression of global warming
  • Reduction of Greenhouse Gas (GHG)
  • Emissions and local air pollutants
  • Creation of community resilience plans
  • Specifically include addressing needs of disadvantaged markets
  • Equitable distribution of resources to socially vulnerable communities