On November 15, 2021, the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, an ambitious, $1.2 trillion piece of legislation with $550 billion in new spending, became law. The comprehensive bill funds many new and existing competitive grant programs to enhance and modernize infrastructure related to transportation, water, resilience, and broadband. These programs have the potential to bring tangible benefits to the users of these systems and to our economy as a whole. Funding is available for a wide variety of purposes and for many different types of grantees—including states, local governments, private entities, and non-profits. As agencies seek input on how to implement these programs, we’ve compiled a table of major competitive grants included in the new law to help stakeholders navigate what opportunities are available and who is eligible.
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