Bipartisan Infrastructure Law implementation Webinar
February 2 @ 2:00 pm CST
One event on February 4, 2022 at 8:00 am
With the signing of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law in mid-November, President Biden marked a new era of building a better America together. The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is historic in its size – the largest ever investments in broadband, rail and transit, clean energy, and water, just to name a few – as well as the breadth of programs and sectors included in the law. Implementing the largest investment in our nation’s infrastructure in generations will require deep partnership alongside Members of Congress, Governors, Mayors, Tribal leaders, local officials, and community members.
The White House is released a Bipartisan Infrastructure Law guidebook to provide information so you know what to apply for, who to contact, and how to get ready to rebuild. This guidebook is a roadmap to the funding available under the law, as well as an explanatory document that shows direct federal spending at the program level. They will continue to update this resource online at Build.gov. Their goal is for you—communities all across America—to take full advantage of the opportunity this new funding presents.
The Biden-Harris Administration remains committed to building a better America– creating good middle-class jobs, supporting disadvantaged and underserved communities, advancing climate resilience and sustainability, and investing in American manufacturers. It is their hope this resource is another step forward in their work together to build a better America.
To help partners better understand how to use this document and hear the latest updates on the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law implementation, they are hosting two webinars this week:
They encourage you to continue to amplify the historic nature and local impacts of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and share how this guidebook will help to ensure that every person in every community has the opportunity to benefit from this once-in-a-generation investment.