Alongside our work supporting national security initiatives across DoD and the Hill, TRG is also committed to the strengthening and modernization of U.S. homeland security. TRG works with multiple partners who actively seek to improve domestic capabilities, talent, and missions to ensure the safety of U.S. citizens now and in the future.

TRG combines our teams’ past and current experience with defense, advanced technology, appropriations, and military communities to provide strategic and tactical guidance in homeland security space. Our deep bench of subject matter experts is unparalleld in their knowledge of the enduring challenges facing our nation and driven to bring the best solutions to decision makers.

Representative Clients

Subject Matter Experts

John M. Simmons

Managing Partner

Simmons

Christopher J. Goode

Managing Partner

Goode

Matthew Herrmann

Senior Advisor

Herrmann

Jamie Jones Miller

Senior Advisor

Miller

Mike Holmes

Senior Advisor

Holmes

Debra Wada

ASA USA (ret.)

Wada

Stephen “Steph” Twitty

LTG USA (ret.)

Twitty

Russell Handy

Lt Gen USAF (ret.)

Handy

Ted “Kmart” Kresge

Lt Gen USAF (ret.)

Kresge

James “JJ” Jackson

Lt Gen USAF (ret.)

Jackson

William Etter

Lt Gen USAF (ret.)

Etter

Mary Jackson

VADM USN (ret.)

Jackson

William Hilarides

VADM USN (ret.)

Hilarides

Wallace “Chip” Gregson

LtGen USMC (ret.)

Gregson

Patrick Sullivan

NAVWAR USN (ret.)

Sullivan

Gary Kessler

NAVAIR USN (ret.)

Kessler

Jack Catton

Maj Gen USAF (ret.)

Catton

Peggy B. Poore

Maj Gen USAF (ret.)

Poore

Kevin “Omar” Bradley

Maj Gen USAF (ret.)

Bradley

Brian Neal

Maj Gen USAF (ret.)

Neal

Vinny Coglianese

MajGen USMC (ret.)

Coglianese

Stephen E. Farmen

MG USA (ret.)

Farmen

Timothy E. Orr

MG USA (ret.)

Orr

Rob Blackwell

Senior Advisor

Blackwell

Results

SCIF addition to NGIC at Rivanna Station

TRG worked with the Virginia congressional delegation and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) to secure a $65 million SCIF addition for NGIC at Rivanna Station in the Fiscal Year 2020 budget process. The project will consolidate personnel currently occupying off-base leased facilities, thereby increasing force protection and resulting in a return on investment of approximately eight or nine years.

Urban Areas Security Initiative (UASI) Funding for Hampton Roads

UASI is a Department of Homeland Security grant program that assists high-threat, high-density urban areas in efforts to prevent, protect against, mitigate, respond to and recover from acts of terrorism. Hampton Roads received over $35M in grants from FY07-FY11 but only received $1 million from FY12-FY16. TRG worked to restore funding commensurate with the region’s overall risk rating resulting in funding of $1 million in FY17, $1.5 million in FY18 and $3.2 million in FY19.