This Trend Will Significantly Impact Public and Private-Sector Leaders

Public officials in government are asking difficult questions about how to deliver critical infrastructure projects. Their concern is real, and their questions are valid because the trend of delivering large projects through public-private partnerships (P3s) is...

Weather-Related Disasters Creating Need for Public, Private-Sector Services

Climate change has been the cause of immeasurable damage over the last few decades, and there is no end in sight. In addition to the tragic loss of lives, natural disasters have impacted at least some part of the infrastructure in every region of the country. To halt...
Four Keys to Trust in P3s, According to Yale Research

Four Keys to Trust in P3s, According to Yale Research

Public private partnerships are an effective instrument in problem-solving, but uneasiness between the parties can compromise impact. How do two parties, with very different missions, build trust? A group at Yale has been researching this question. Yale Insights...

$420 Million in Federal Funds Headed for Rural Water Infrastructure

$420 Million in Federal Funds Headed for Rural Water Infrastructure

Through funding made available by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the US Department of Agriculture announced that it will invest $420 million in rural water infrastructure. The funding will be distributed to 132 projects in the 31 states. Furthermore, Reuters also...

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Census Bureau Solicits Public Comments for 2030

Census Bureau Solicits Public Comments for 2030

The U.S. Census Bureau recently published a Federal Register Notice inviting the public to provide suggestions for a better operational design of the 2030 Census. The public can send their input and ideas until November 15 through email or by leaving comments directly...

US Unemployment Claims Decline in 2nd Week of August

US Unemployment Claims Decline in 2nd Week of August

According to the Labor Department's most recent report, the number of unemployment claims dropped by 2,000 to 250,000 amid worries about a recession. WNCT further reported: The four-week average of claims, which levels out week-to-week volatility, decreased by 2.750...

Alaska to Receive $57.1 Million for Roads, Docks

Alaska to Receive $57.1 Million for Roads, Docks

Communities in Alaska will be seeing major infrastructure improvements on their roads, docks, and bus facilities after Senator Murkowski recently announced that the state is a recipient of $57.1 million in grants from the Federal Transit Administration and U.S....

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