Empowering growth. Navigating success.

At the Civicus Group, we deliver comprehensive research, consulting, and strategic resource development services tailored for a diverse clientele, including corporations, nonprofits, and government entities at municipal, tribal, and state levels. Our expertise spans sectors, serving entities ranging from sovereign Indian Nations to state agencies, universities, and local to international nonprofits. Our track record speaks volumes: our clients have secured over $73+ million in grant funding, fueling projects worth over $125 million, and have successfully navigated government contracts worth approximately $330 million, driving substantial growth and success in their respective fields.

Grant Research, Writing, and Compliance Management

Grant Research, Writing, and Management encompasses identifying suitable funding opportunities, crafting persuasive proposals to secure these grants, and effectively managing the awarded funds to ensure adherence to stipulated guidelines and successful project execution.

Gov Contract Research, Proposal Development, Submission, and Contract Management

Our services streamline the government contracting process by identifying suitable contracts, crafting and submitting compliant proposals, and managing awarded contracts for optimal fulfillment and compliance.

Strategic Consulting Services

Our Strategic Consulting Services streamline partnerships in Grants and Government Contracting, ensuring efficient collaboration and maximized outcomes through expert alignment and process optimization.

Connecting, and Cultivating Causes

By building strong partnerships to effect meaningful societal change through grant writing, organizations can obtain crucial funding, enabling them to better support their missions and create brighter futures for many.

Empowering Voices, Enabling Change

Strengthening Tribal communities by fostering dialogue and driving transformational change through vehicles such as federal grants and contracting that support indigenous communities’ development and sustainability.

Duckwater Band of Shoshone Indians

The Duckwater Band of Shoshone Indians was awarded more than $3.4 million from NTIA to construct the Duckwater Fiber to The Home project, providing high-speed internet to the reservation. ($3,482,070)​

Cherokee Nation

The Cherokee Nation will use Safe Streets 4 All (SS4A) funding to develop a new transportation safety action plan covering all parts of 11 counties in northeast Oklahoma. ($500,000)

Pawnee Nation College

The Native American Career and Technical Education Program provided the Pawnee Nation College the ability to establish the Native Career Pathways Program to ensure that Native American students from 14 tribes maximize their educational and employment options with S.T.E.M.-related degrees and certificates. ($2,501,000)​

City of Altus, Oklahoma

Economic Development Assistance Administration Project Grant gave the City of Altus, Oklahoma, $1.1 million from the U.S. Department of Commerce to protect transportation routes from flooding in an opportunity zone.​

Pawnee Nation College

The Native American Career and Technical Education Program, a U.S. Department of Education Grant, enabled the Pawnee Nation College to bring training programs for seven skilled, high-wage, and high-demand jobs to the Pawnee Nation College campus. These programs will lead to certificates in (1) certified nurse assistant, (2) phlebotomy, (3) medical scribe, (4) medical coder, and (5) certified medication aide in health care. The computer sciences portion covers programs with (6) certification in CompTIA Fundamentals and (7) a CompTIA A+ certification in computer sciences. ($1,362,000.00)

Otoe-Missouria Tribe

The Indian Community Development Block Grant gave the Otoe-Missouria Tribe a new Emergency Management and Training Public facility on its tribal complex in northcentral Oklahoma. The grant amount is $900,000—the total project cost is above $1.2 million.​

Rose State College

The Economic Development Assistance Administration Project Grant gave Rose State College the $880,000 granted to the Economic Development Assistance Administration to renovate space on the Professional Training and Education Center and establish the Oklahoma Center for Cybersecurity.

Cherokee Nation

The Cherokee Nation will use Areas of Persistent Poverty funding to update its existing Long Range Transit Plan while ensuring continued improvements to mobility and accessibility for Cherokee citizens and other Native Americans within the reservation boundary, including exploring climate-friendly transportation. ($576,188)​

Oklahoma Christian University

By utilizing the Telligen Community Initiative, Oklahoma Christian University will establish a new online program in Medical Laboratory Science. A student with a B.S. in an MLS-related field can complete this two-semester sequence for the post-baccalaureate certificate and sit for their required boards. ($49,475)

Rose State College

In receiving the TRIO Talent Search, Rose State College Talent Search Program will serve 500 students and, per the goals of the program, will–Foster Knowledge and Promote the Development of Skills that Prepare Students to be Informed, Thoughtful, and Productive Individuals and Citizens and Promote Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math (S.T.E.M.) Education, with a particular focus on Computer Science. ($1,386,875)​