The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) Government Relations Department is comprised of State and Federal Relations, a Grants section, and the Regional Initiatives Department. The Government Relations Division is responsible for monitoring, analyzing, and responding to government actions and decisions that affect how OCTA receives funding, plans for projects and delivers services.
OCTA's Government Relations Department maintains an active presence at all levels of government to ensure that OCTA's interests are well represented in these various forums. Government Relations accomplishes this goal by:
The Executive Director of Government Relations is responsible for providing management direction to Federal, State, and Regional Government relations.
The State and Federal Relations Department serves as OCTA’s liaison with Members of the California State Legislature and the United States Congress.
OCTA’s Grants Department is responsible for developing and maintaining a competitive and proactive grant funding program that is responsive to the needs of the OCTA.
The Regional Initiatives Department serves as the liaison between OCTA and Orange County cities, the County of Orange, other special districts and Southern California's regional stakeholders charged with active coordination of planning efforts related to local and regional transportation initiatives.
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