Your Trusted Guide for Outwitting the Complexities of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law
Jan Vrins, Guidehouse partner and segment lead, shares his initial insights on the impact of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA).
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The scope of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is historic. It's the largest investment ever in broadband, transportation, clean energy, water, and other sectors, allocated among more than 350 programs. The need is as momentous as its size: As the effects of climate change on communities and infrastructure become more apparent, cities, states, and energy companies must create more resilient systems to mitigate threats and avoid significant future costs. At the same time, these investments aim to create well-paying jobs and support underserved communities.
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law offers capital funding to reduce operating risk and implement projects that address some of the most pressing infrastructure investment needs:
Navigating the wide-ranging Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funding landscape won't be easy. Organizations need a trusted guide to outwit the complexity of preparing for, securing, managing, and implementing programs. These are some of the challenges key sectors may face:
More than a dozen federal agencies are tasked with implementing over 350 programs under the infrastructure law. These agencies must coordinate efforts between management, technology, engineering, and finance to execute complex projects. Read More >
State and Local Agencies
Under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, state and local governments will be eligible for a variety of federally funded grants, including both formula and competitive opportunities. Competitive grant applications will require extensive strategy and planning around infrastructure, broadband, and transportation, including electric vehicles. Grants management will be an additional challenge. Read More >
Energy providers are central to many aspects of the bipartisan infrastructure law. These organizations must maximize the outcomes of the many funding opportunities now available to them. These include capital projects to acquire or update infrastructure and systems, R&D and pilot projects, and more. Read More >
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Contact us today to learn how Guidehouse can help you navigate your IIJA funding journey. Complexity is an unforgiving reality. You can’t outmatch it. But with the right guide by your side, you can outwit it.