CPSM Exclusive- The Infrastructure Act: What It Means for You
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), signed into law last year, is providing historic investment in American infrastructure. For starters, the bill specifies $550 billion in new spending on our nation’s infrastructure over the next five years, which includes $110 billion for roads, bridges, and major projects.
What does this mean for you and your firm? Join us on May 12, 2002, from 2 – 3 p.m. ET, when you’ll learn more about what funding is available for these types of projects and how to position your firm to win a portion of the work.
Our presenter will provide you with:
- 1)Information on how IIJA funding is broken down by state that will help you prepare to position your firm for a portion of this work
- 2)The latest in terms of implementation of the various IIJA programs and funding streams
- 3)Insights into the key policy priorities stemming from the new law
- 4)The challenges with regard to the IIJA and how organizations like American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) are engaging to ensure program success
You must be a a CPSM to attend. If you can’t make it on May 12, you can purchase the webinar in advance and watch at your convenience.
Senior Vice President for Advocacy
Steve joined ACEC in 2001, and currently serves as senior vice president for advocacy. Prior to joining ACEC, Steve worked on Capitol Hill for 14 years, including the role of chief of staff and legislative director for Congresswoman Sue Kelly (R-NY). Before joining the Kelly office in 1995, Steve served for two years as senior legislative assistant on the staff of Congressman Bill Zeliff (R-NH), where he handled the congressman's work on the Transportation and Infrastructure and Government Operations Committees. He also handled transportation and infrastructure issues for Congressman Matthew Rinaldo through congressional consideration and passage of ISTEA in 1991. He began his Hill career in 1987 as a legislative assistant in the office of Congressman John Hiler (R-IN).
This program is approved for 1.0 continuing education units for the Certified Professional Services Marketer (CPSM) program and 1.0 learning units from the American Institute of Architects.
Per-Site Registration Fee*
CPSM Registration: $10