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Will Congress Include Schools as Infrastructure?

Jake Varn / Blog December 21, 2018

Finding additional funding for school facilities is inherently challenging. But the dire condition of America’s schools has repeatedly pushed the issue into the national spotlight.

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Redevelopment in the District: Exploring Two Public-Private Partnerships 

Niki Deininger / Blog September 20, 2018

The District innovatively contracted with private partners to redevelop underutilized city properties and prioritize economic and community development.   

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Untangling Five Myths About Public-Private Partnerships

Andy Winkler, Niki Deininger / Blog September 18, 2018

Since no two P3 agreements are exactly alike, it is important to understand the advantages and disadvantages of pursuing a public-private partnership for a given project.

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Putting P3s to Work in the United States

Infrastructure / May 16, 2018 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. ET

BPC’s hosted an important event highlighting the role of public-private partnerships in addressing America’s $2 trillion in unmet infrastructure needs.

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Accelerating Federal Permitting and Environmental Review

Andy Winkler / Blog February 1, 2018

In recent years, finding ways to fast-track the process of issuing federal project approvals has been a bipartisan objective.

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Michele Nellenbach: Cutting Ribbons Won’t Do Anything for Infrastructure

Infrastructure / News January 29, 2018

What’s needed is a wholesale change.

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Knowing Long-term Costs is a Key Part of Addressing Infrastructure Needs

Michele Nellenbach / Blog January 26, 2018

While public-private partnerships (P3s) are widely used internationally, several existing barriers have limited their use in the United States.

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Stretching Water Dollars Further

Jake Varn / Blog January 4, 2018

From innovative collaborations with public and private partners, to regionalization and bundling strategies, water providers have been able to provide safe and affordable water services

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Federal Facilities Need Infrastructure Funding and Financing Solutions

Michele Nellenbach / Blog January 4, 2018

The Department of Transportation building in Washington, D.C. is an example of how reassesses OMB budget rules may help to address the nation’s infrastructure funding gap.

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D.C. Leads the Way with a Comprehensive Asset Inventory

Jake Varn / Blog December 1, 2017

The District of Columbia has created perhaps one of the most comprehensive public sector asset inventory to date.

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