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Major health care organizations, financial institutions, utilities, manufacturers, and many more national and international companies and organizations look to Krieg DeVault as their advocate in federal, state, and local government policy-making. Our government affairs professionals have leadership experience at the federal and state levels of government, and several have held important statewide political campaign positions. Just as we understand how government works at the highest executive and legislative levels, our access to decision-makers enhances our ability to achieve business solutions for our clients, either through convincing arguments that change administrative policy, or effective advocacy for their views. We also are effective advocates for our clients in the proceedings of state agencies, boards and commissions, and local government bodies, and work to secure legislative and regulatory remedies at the federal level.

  • Federal appropriations
  • Legislative strategy and advocacy
  • Liaison with Indiana Congressional Delegation
  • State economic development incentives
  • Local economic development incentives
  • New Markets Tax Credit program
  • Public-private partnerships
  • Tax increment financing (TIF)
  • Economic improvement districts (EIDs)
  • Federal rules and regulatory matters
  • Representation before cabinet departments and federal agencies
  • Bill monitoring
  • Legislative strategy and advocacy
  • State budget appropriations
  • Public policy analysis
  • Research and data analysis
  • Issue "white papers"
  • Communication with opinion leaders
  • Political strategy
  • Municipal law
  • Public finance
  • Economic development assistance
  • Annexation
  • Assistance with Federal and State Funding
  • Liaison with local government officials
  • Requests for Proposal (RFPs)
  • Strategic advice on public procurement
  • Liaison with public agencies
  • Liaison with Governor's Office and other elected state officials
  • Representation before all state agencies
  • Regulatory and rule-making matters
  • Representation on bid protests (both private and public)
Governmental Affairs and Public Advocacy

February 14, 2024
Take Five: 5 Things you Need to Know About Indiana Government - February 2024

Governmental Affairs and Public Advocacy

November 9, 2023
Take Five: 5 Things you Need to Know About Indiana Government - November 2023

Governmental Affairs and Public Advocacy

November 7, 2023
The Indiana State Legislature and Current Issues Important to Hoosiers with Indiana Senator Rod Bray (Podcast)

Secured Lender

November 2, 2023
President Biden Issues Executive Order on Artificial Intelligence

Governmental Affairs and Public Advocacy

October 4, 2023
Take Five: 5 Things you Need to Know About Indiana Government - October 2023

Governmental Affairs and Public Advocacy

June 15, 2023
Take Five: 5 Things you Need to Know About Indiana Government - June 2023

Krieg DeVault Podcast Series

January 5, 2023
Legislative Preview: A Look Into Indiana's 2023 Legislative Session (Podcast)

Governmental Affairs and Public Advocacy

December 20, 2022
Take Five: 5 Things you Need to Know About Indiana Government - December 2022

Governmental Affairs and Public Advocacy

November 11, 2022
Take Five: Post Election - 5 Things you Need to Know About Indiana Government - November 2022 

Governmental Affairs and Public Advocacy

October 25, 2022
Take Five: Election Preview - 5 Things you Need to Know About Indiana Government - October 2022 

Firm News and Events

August 18, 2022
13 Krieg DeVault Attorneys Recognized by 2023 Best Lawyers®; 7 Named to the 2023 Best Lawyers in America® Listing; 1 Receives “Lawyer of the Year” Designation; 6 Receive “Ones to Watch” Designation

Governmental Affairs and Public Advocacy

August 11, 2022
Take Five: 5 Things you Need to Know About Indiana Government - August 2022

Firm News and Events

July 20, 2022
Former Indiana State Senator Randy Head Joins Krieg DeVault’s Expanding Governmental Affairs Practice

Governmental Affairs and Public Advocacy

June 30, 2022
Take Five: 5 Things you Need to Know About Indiana Government - June 2022

Governmental Affairs and Public Advocacy

May 10, 2022
Take Five: 5 Things you Need to Know About Indiana Government - May 2022

Governmental Affairs and Public Advocacy

April 5, 2022
Take Five: 5 Things you Need to Know About Indiana Government - April 2022

Governmental Affairs and Public Advocacy

February 3, 2022
Take Five: 5 Things you Need to Know About Indiana Government - February 2022

Governmental Affairs and Public Advocacy

December 21, 2021
Take Five: 5 Things you Need to Know About Indiana Government - December 2021

Governmental Affairs and Public Advocacy

November 17, 2021
Take Five: 5 Things you Need to Know About Indiana Government - November 2021

Governmental Affairs and Public Advocacy

October 12, 2021
Take Five: 5 Things you Need to Know About Indiana Government - October 2021

Governmental Affairs and Public Advocacy

July 29, 2021
Take Five: 5 Things you Need to Know About Indiana Government

Firm News and Events

July 13, 2021
Krieg DeVault expands Governmental Affairs Practice by adding former Indiana State Medical Association Director of Government Relations, Grant Achenbach

Governmental Affairs and Public Advocacy

June 24, 2021
Take Five: 5 Things you Need to Know About Indiana Government

Governmental Affairs and Public Advocacy

May 27, 2021
Take Five: 5 Things you Need to Know About Indiana Government

Governmental Affairs and Public Advocacy

April 29, 2021
Take Five: 5 Things you Need to Know About Indiana Government

Municipal

March 31, 2021
American Rescue Plan Act Includes Money for State and Local Governments

Governmental Affairs and Public Advocacy

November 4, 2020
Take Five: Post Election

Governmental Affairs and Public Advocacy

October 28, 2020
Take Five: Pre-Election

Firm News and Events

March 8, 2020
Amy M. Levander to Present at 2020 Executive Women in Healthcare Legislative Update

Thought Leadership

December 3, 2019
Take Five: 5 Things You Need to Know About Indiana Government

Thought Leadership

November 12, 2019
Take Five: 5 Things You Need to Know About Indiana Government

Firm News and Events

October 31, 2019
Executive Director of Governmental Affairs, Amy Levander, Named a 2019 Women of Influence Honoree by the Indianapolis Business Journal

Thought Leadership

October 7, 2019
Take Five: 5 Things You Need to Know About Indiana Government

Firm News and Events

May 16, 2019
Amy Levander Named Executive Director of Hoosier Women Forward

Firm News and Events

February 12, 2019
Krieg DeVault expands Governmental Affairs Practice by adding Indiana State Government Industry Veteran Jennifer Ping

Firm News and Events

January 24, 2018
Amy M. Levander to speak at 2018 Health Care Legislation: Hot Topics to Watch

Major health care organizations, financial institutions, utilities, manufacturers, and many more national and international companies and organizations look to Krieg DeVault as their advocate in federal, state, and local government policy-making. Our government affairs professionals have leadership experience at the federal and state levels of government, and several have held important statewide political campaign positions. Just as we understand how government works at the highest executive and legislative levels, our access to decision-makers enhances our ability to achieve business solutions for our clients, either through convincing arguments that change administrative policy, or effective advocacy for their views. We also are effective advocates for our clients in the proceedings of state agencies, boards and commissions, and local government bodies, and work to secure legislative and regulatory remedies at the federal level.

Focus Areas

  • Federal appropriations
  • Legislative strategy and advocacy
  • Liaison with Indiana Congressional Delegation
  • State economic development incentives
  • Local economic development incentives
  • New Markets Tax Credit program
  • Public-private partnerships
  • Tax increment financing (TIF)
  • Economic improvement districts (EIDs)
  • Federal rules and regulatory matters
  • Representation before cabinet departments and federal agencies
  • Bill monitoring
  • Legislative strategy and advocacy
  • State budget appropriations
  • Public policy analysis
  • Research and data analysis
  • Issue "white papers"
  • Communication with opinion leaders
  • Political strategy
  • Municipal law
  • Public finance
  • Economic development assistance
  • Annexation
  • Assistance with Federal and State Funding
  • Liaison with local government officials
  • Requests for Proposal (RFPs)
  • Strategic advice on public procurement
  • Liaison with public agencies
  • Liaison with Governor's Office and other elected state officials
  • Representation before all state agencies
  • Regulatory and rule-making matters
  • Representation on bid protests (both private and public)