Key elements and proposed funding in the federal Infrastructure Bill

The anticipated $1 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA or Act) includes billions of dollars in funding for roads, bridges, public transportation, water and sewer and broadband upgrades. The Act intends to help communities across the U.S. grow and sustain their economies, create jobs and enhance community resilience.

Watch Baker Tilly Municipal Advisors Partner, Eric Walsh, walk through the key elements of the draft IIJA package, the proposed funding breakdown and what communities can do now to plan ahead and develop effective strategies for leveraging your pending Infrastructure Bill dollars.

Our team of more than 400 public sector professionals are proactively collaborating with communities to help you be prepared to procure funding for infrastructure projects. For more information, or to learn how Baker Tilly can help your organization, contact our team.

With more than $550 billion proposed in new federal investments in America’s infrastructure over the next five years, a significant amount of planning, strategy, documentation, compliance and risk awareness will be required.

Eric J. Walsh
Partner, CPA
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