After finally clearing Congressional approval earlier this month, President Biden is poised to sign the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) into law. Its passage marks a comprehensive bipartisan commitment to strengthening and expanding the country’s infrastructure systems including transportation, water, energy, and broadband, with emphasis on resilience, safety, and equity. Nearly half of the $973 billion authorized by IIJA represents new spending on these systems and programs over the next 5 years.
Join ICMA for a webinar for an overview of the law, with a focus on those programs appropriate for local governments.
Elizabeth Kellar, Director of Public Policy and Disaster Recovery Programs, ICMA
- Jennifer Imo, Managing Partner for Client Services, The Ferguson Group
- Zach Israel, Principal, The Ferguson Group