Both political parties understand that smart investments in infrastructure contribute to economic growth, job creation, and overall quality of life. Despite support from the administration and members of Congress, there are differing opinions on how to approach upgrading America’s infrastructure.
BPC’s Executive Council on Infrastructure believes that the United States should unleash the resources of the private sector as partners in addressing our infrastructure needs, while also providing robust, reliable federal funding. But with policymakers offering competing proposals, what role will public-private partnerships play in a bipartisan package?
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Rep. John Delaney (D-MD)
Rep. Rodney Davis (R-IL)
Public Sector Panel
Chief Projects Officer, City and County of Denver
Executive Director, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Director of the Department of the Environment for Prince George’s County
Director of Public-Private Partnerships, PennDot
Private Sector Panel
Global CEO of Industry and Healthcare Finance, Siemens Financial Services
Head of North America Commercial Insurance, Zurich North America
Co-Head of CIO Fundamental Research & Head of Municipal Research, UBS
President and CEO, American Investment Council
Global Head of Infrastructure, S&P Global Ratings