Tune into the fourth event of the series!
Billions of dollars are flowing into state capitols, city halls and county executive offices. The historic infusion of cash to state and local governments represents a unique opportunity for innovation in infrastructure, technology, economic development and more. But how exactly will states, cities and counties use the money? What are they investing in long-term? And how are they tracking the effectiveness of new goods, programs and services for residents?
In the months since President Biden signed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, the outlook on the economy has shifted. Supply chain issues, first triggered by the pandemic, have worsened since the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Inflation continues to rise across the globe, resulting in rising project costs and decreasing state and local governments buying power.
So how are state and local leaders adapting to the change in the economical landscape? And how are they ensuring this one-time influx of funds is still able to produce generational change? Join Route Fifty for our next installment of Follow the Money.