The Columbus Partnership team and our members are well-versed in issues related to public policy and government affairs.
Columbus Region Capital Budget Prioritization Process [FY 2025-2026]
The Columbus Region is once again establishing a State of Ohio Capital Budget project identification process for Central Ohio to assist our state legislators as they begin their work over the coming months. The Columbus Region is collaborating with several public, private and nonprofit lead organizations to ensure that the capital budget’s community projects maximize the economic impact to our region and state through a regional prioritization process.
To enter a project in the Columbus Region’s prioritization process, please provide the information requested in the questionnaire (see below) by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, November 17, 2023 to Gerard Basalla at email@example.com and copy Nicole Laking at firstname.lastname@example.org and Camryn Reitz at email@example.com.
Representing the Region
The Columbus Partnership represents the Columbus Region’s people and businesses by advocating for their interests at the local and national level.
Advancing policies that support economic growth and prosperity.
Impacting change at the local, state and federal levels of government.
A Finger on the Pulse
The Columbus Partnership is active at every level of local, state, and federal government to ensure the Region’s interests are represented. The Partnership’s members engage political leaders through multiple avenues.
Interface with public officials and their staff to ensure the priorities of the Region’s business community are discussed through every sector of government.
Promote a comprehensive policy agenda that focuses on issues that affect business and economic competitiveness in the Columbus Region.
Initiate and enhance collaboration with key stakeholders to facilitate conversation about important policy issues that have a significant impact on the Region’s economic development and smart city-focused initiatives.
Regularly convene with leaders in the nation’s capital to discuss federal policy priorities.
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Vice President, Public Polcy