IIJA Implementation Resources

As Governors lead on implementing the historic bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), the National Governors Association will be continuing to provide timely and actionable resources, create opportunities for Governors and their staff to convene and collaborate, and maintain relationships with critical federal, state, local, and private sector stakeholders. This page will serve as a one stop shop for information on all these efforts.

Meet the Team

  • Tom Curtin, Program Director, Infrastructure
  • Steve Fugelsang, Program Director, Cybersecurity
  • Dan Lauf, Program Director, Energy
  • Richard Lukas, Legislative Director
  • Jessica Rackley, Program Director, Energy & Environment
  • Rachael Stephens, Program Director, Workforce Development and Economic Policy
  • Alex Whitaker, Legislative Director
  • Bevin Buchheister, Senior Policy Analyst, Energy & Environment
  • Glenn Grimshaw, Senior Policy Analyst, Infrastructure
  • Matthew Rogotzke, Senior Policy Analyst, Energy
  • Cara Dougherty, Program Coordinator, Energy, Infrastructure, and Environment

Events Calendar

Federal Resources

White House Infrastructure Coordination

After previewing the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act guidebooks to Governors at the NGA 2022 Winter Meeting, the White House released the online version to provide information outlining resources in the infrastructure package. This guidebook is a roadmap to the funding available under the law, as well as an explanatory document that shows direct federal spending at the program level. The White House has also created several supplemental resources, including:  

To mark the occasion of the 1 year anniversary of the IIJA, the White House has released state-by-state fact sheets which provide detailed information about announced funding and projects in each state, along with anticipated funding by category over the next 5 years. This information can be found here.  

The White House hosted a series of webinars for implementation stakeholders to provide an in-depth look intro the programs contained within chapter of the IIJA Guidebook. Summaries of select webinars can be found here. Full videos of the infrastructure school webinars can be found here.

Department of Transportation

The Department of Transportation has published a list of anticipated dates for Notice of Funding Opportunities (NOFOs) for key Bipartisan Infrastructure Law programs.  This list is not comprehensive and will be updated periodically with new programs and dates. The list can be found here.  

The Department of Transportation released state fact sheets that highlight benefits of the bill and include some estimates of transportation funding amounts from the bill that states can expect to receive. They have also released a fact sheet on Highway Funding for Workforce Development.

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) announced that it has released $59.9 billion in Fiscal Year 2023 apportionments for 12 formula programs to support investment in critical infrastructure, including roads, bridges and tunnels, carbon emission reduction, and safety improvements, which was part of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (P.L. 117-58). The funds go directly to all 50 States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico and help them continue the important work of rebuilding our roads and bridges and making our transportation system more efficient. FHWA’s information includes state-by-state and by-program apportionment of Federal-aid Highway Funds for nine of the programs. The Apportionment of Bridge Formula Program Funds, the Apportionment of Appalachian Development Highway System Funds, and the Apportionment of National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program Funds are broken out separately. Find the press release here for more information.

DOT Approves NEVI Plans for all 50 States, D.C., and Puerto Rico 

On Tuesday, September 27, USDOT announced that the NEVI plans for all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico have been approved ahead of schedule for funding.  All states, D.C., and Puerto Rico now have access to all FY22 and FY23 NEVI formula funding. USDOT also announced that costs incurred from “staffing and activities directly related to the development of their plans” are eligible for reimbursement from USDOT. 

Additionally, all approved plans are available on the NGA’s Electric Vehicle resources webpage and funding tables for the full five years of the NEVI Formula program can be viewed here.  

DOE and DOT Announce Joint Energy and Transportation Office Head  

Recently, the U.S. Departments of Energy (DOE) and Transportation (DOT) announced that Gabe Klein—the former commissioner of the Chicago Department of Transportation and director of the Washington D.C. Departments of Transportation —will lead the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation (Joint Office), which was created by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (P.L. 117-58). As the first-ever Executive Director, Klein will oversee efforts to support the deployment of $7.5 billion to build a national electric vehicle (EV) charging network with a focus on filling gaps in rural and disadvantaged communities and hard-to-reach locations, as well as other vehicle electrification programs across the Departments. More information can be found in the press release here

USDOT Expands its Financing Program for Infrastructure Projects 

On October 4, 2022, US Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg announced that USDOT’s Build America Bureau will offer low-cost and flexible financing for transit and transit-oriented development (TOD) projects at the maximum level authorized under the Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA) program. The new initiative, “TIFIA 49”, authorizes borrowing up to 49% of eligible project costs for projects that meet certain eligibility requirements, compared to the traditional cap of 33%. Further information on the change and eligible projects can be found here.  

Biden Administration Announces New Buy Clean Initiative Actions 

DOT Secretary Buttigieg, in conjunction with U.S. General Services Administration Administrator Robin Carnahan and Deputy National Climate Advisor Ali Zaidi, announced that the federal government will be prioritizing the purchase of low carbon construction materials, constituting 98% of the materials purchased by the federal government. The federal government will also be convening states and territories to partner on this initiative, asking those interested to align state-based Buy Clean policies with federal incentives to expand markets for clean manufacturing and low carbon materials across the nation’s buildings and infrastructure. The White House will be convening states to discuss this initiative in the coming weeks. For more information, the fact sheet can be found here.

DOT releases guidelines for new PROTECT formula program

On July 29, 2022 the Federal Highway Administration announced new guidance and $7.3 billion in formula funding for the new Promoting Resilient Operations for Transformative, Efficient and Cost-Saving Transportation (PROTECT) program. The objective of the program is to help states make transportation infrastructure more resilient to future weather events and other natural disasters by focusing on resilience planning, resilience improvements to existing transportation assets, and evacuation routes and addressing at-risk highway infrastructure. Eligible projects include highway and transit projects, bicycle and pedestrian facilities and port facilities. The guidelines can be found here and the state-by-state funding for FY2022- FY2026 is available here.

DOT Releases Technical Assistance Websites

On July 6 the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) launched technical assistance websites for its DOT Navigator and Thriving Communities Program. The DOT Navigator is a new one-stop shop to access resources across the Department that are designed to provide technical assistance and help grantees navigate the grant application, transportation planning, project delivery, funding and financing, and implementation processes. The Thriving Communities Program, which will be launching later this fall, will provide technical assistance and capacity building to enable under resourced communities to identify, develop, and deliver transformative transportation projects.

DOT’s Federal Highway Administration Proposed Rule for Transportation Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction

On July 6, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) announced a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) for states and municipalities to track and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The new rule would establish a national framework for tracking state-by-state progress by adding a new GHG performance management measure to the existing FHWA national performance measures to help states track performance, make more informed investment decisions, and create a system under which State DOTs and MPOs would set their own declining targets for on-road greenhouse gas emissions from roadway travel on the National Highway System. The proposed rule would require State DOTs and MPOs to report biennially on their progress in meeting the declining targets they establish and require FHWA to assess significant progress toward achieving those targets.  The proposed rule is expected to publish in the Federal Register next week. The press release can be found here and the proposed rule here.

DOT’s proposed Standards for EV Charging Network 

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration announced a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) on proposed minimum standards and requirements for projects funded under the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program, which is a part of the $5 billion made available to states and territories over the next five years under the IIJA. These minimum standards are intended to help ensure the national EV charging network is user-friendly, reliable, and accessible to all Americans, and interoperable between different charging companies, with similar payment systems, pricing information, charging speeds, and more. The proposed rule would establish the groundwork for states and territories to build federally funded charging station projects across a national EV charging network. The standards also establish workforce requirements for installation, maintenance, and operations to increase the safety and reliability of charging station function and use and create and support jobs in communities across the country. The Notice of Proposed rulemaking can be found here and comments must be received by August 22, 2022. 

Temporary Waiver of Buy America

The U.S. Department of Transportation has issued a transitional waiver for the IIJA’s Made in America standards for construction materials. This waiver will expire on November 20, 2022, 180 days from the effective date of May 14. The transitional waiver is intended to strengthen Made in America processes and provide for enhanced enforcement over time. DOT previously posted a proposed version of the waiver for public review and received extensive comments from a range of external stakeholders, including state and local departments of transportation, transit and transportation agencies, labor unions, businesses, and others. DOT incorporated feedback as appropriate.

Carbon Reduction Program Guidance

On April 21, 2022, the USDOT announced new guidance for the $6.4 billion Carbon Reduction Program. This Federal Highway Administration formula grant program will fund a range of projects designed to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from on-road highway sources, including electrification infrastructure, bus rapid transit corridors and congestion management technologies. States must develop carbon reduction strategies in consultation with Metropolitan planning Organizations by November 2023. The guidance can be found here and the five-year state funding table here

Federal Transit Administration FY22 apportionment tables

Federal Transit Administration has published full-year apportionment tables for FY2022. These tables supersede the March partial-year tables following the agreement on the fiscal year 2022 omnibus spending package. The apportionment tables can be found here.

Funding for Modernizing Transit Fleets and Facilities NOFO Released

The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has announced the availability of approximately $1.47 billion in competitive grant funds to help modernize bus fleets and facilities. FTA’s Low or No Emission (Low-No) Grant Program makes funding available to help transit agencies purchase or lease U.S.-built low or no emission vehicles that use advanced technologies, including related equipment or facilities, for transit revenue operations. FTA’s Grants for Buses and Bus Facilities Program makes funding available to help transit agencies purchase and rehabilitate buses, vans, and related equipment, and build bus facilities. Applications for grants are due on May 31, 2022. The press release can be found here and NOFO can be found here.

USDOT and USDOE Allocate Funds for the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program

On February 10, the Departments of Transportation and Energy announced the allocation of $615 million to States, D.C. and Puerto Rico for FY2022 for the Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula program. States must submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan before they can access the funds. This Plan should describe how the state intends to use its share of funds consistent with FHWA guidance and must be submitted no later than August 1 2022.   

Federal Transit Administration Release FY2022 Transit Formula Funding 

The FTA has announced nearly $5 billion in Fiscal Year 2022 transit formula funding to transit agencies, states, and Tribal governments. This first payment was made available under the Further Extending Government Funding Act, which provides partial-year spending authority through February 18, 2022. The apportionment tables can be found here.  

FHWA Releases Guidance for Highway Safety Program 

On February 2nd, the FHWA released new guidance to implement changes in its highway safety funding program, which received substantial new funding under the IIJA. FHWA outlined several changes through policy memos updating the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP), the High Risk Rural Roads Special Rule, Older Drivers and Pedestrians Special Rule and the new Vulnerable Road Users Special Rule

Federal Transit Administration (FTA) webinar and resources on IIJA 

On Friday, January 7, the FTA held an external webinar on the bipartisan infrastructure law or IIJA. The webinar provided an overview of new programs and funding in the IIJA, FTA priorities for implementation, and additional resources available.  The FTA’s IIJA landing page, which includes a recording and presentation from the webinar, can be found here. Resources available include Fact Sheets on each of the FTA programs under the IIJA. 

Secretary Buttigieg and Senior Department of Transportation Officials address to Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting  

On January 12, the Secretary addressed the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., with a virtual keynote speech  and a “fireside chat” on innovation in transportation and the benefits of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law or IIJA.  At the TRB Annual meeting, several senior DOT officials also participated in a virtual forum at the TRB Annual Meeting focused on many specific provisions of the IIJA.  

Administration Releases Electric Vehicle Action Plan 

On Monday, December 13, the Biden Administration released an EV Charging Action Plan to outline steps federal agencies are taking to support developing and deploying chargers in American communities across the country. The plan includes establishing a Joint Office of Energy and Transportation to provide states, communities, industry, labor, and consumer groups with a coordinated federal approach and a “one-stop-shop” for resources on EV charging and related topics, as required by the bipartisan IIJA. In November 2021, the Department of Transportation issued a Notice and Request for Information (RFI) on “Development of Guidance for Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Deployment.”

FHWA Issues Apportionment Tables

FHWA’s Apportionment Notice can be viewed at FHWA’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Funding web page, which organizes notices by fiscal year. FHWA has additional information for transportation agencies and others interested in grants and other discretionary funding opportunities as well as information on new and existing FHWA programs available under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law at https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/bipartisan-infrastructure-law.

Specifics on benefits and funds being made available by USDOT to each state and the District of Columbia can be found at https://www.transportation.gov/briefing-room/usdot-releases-state-state-fact-sheets-highlighting-benefits-bipartisan.

USDOT Releases IIJA Video Recordings

The U.S. Department of Transportation has released video recordings for its series of informational webinars on the upcoming formula and grant programs included in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA).

FHWA Unveils Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act “One-Stop Shop” Website, Publishes Request for Information

FHWA has launched a new website designed for transportation agencies, communities and stakeholders interested in learning more about the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (also known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law).  The new website will serve as a one-stop shop online for transportation agencies and others interested in learning more about new and existing FHWA programs as well as how to apply for grants and other discretionary funding opportunities available under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.

FHWA is also issuing a Request for Information (RFI) to solicit suggestions from the public and stakeholders on how best to facilitate FHWA’s implementation of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. As the RFI states, “In order to make the most of the BIL’s historic investment and opportunities, FHWA is seeking your input on the FHWA-related sections” of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.

The RFI was published in the Federal Register on December 1, and can be viewed at 2021-26145.pdf.

Federal Transit Administration landing page: https://www.transit.dot.gov/BIL

Federal Aviation Administration landing page: https://www.faa.gov/bil

FHWA Issues Policy Memo on IIJA Funding

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) issued a policy memorandum that provides guidance on the use of resources under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL), enacted as the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and signed by President Biden on November 15, 2021.  The memorandum is posted on the FHWA BIL website found here.

FHWA releases guidance and apportionment tables on Bridge Formula Program

On January 14, the FHWA launched the Bridge Replacement, Rehabilitation, Preservation, Protection and Construction Program (Bridge Formula Program). FHWA released guidance and apportionment tables setting out allocations to states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico for Fiscal Year 2022.

Department of Commerce – NTIA/Other Broadband Information
  • The Commerce Department’s National Telecommunications Information Administration (NTIA) is seeking feedback on a proposal that would temporarily ease “Buy America” requirements for the Middle Mile Grant Program. NTIA is inviting feedback on a proposed limited waiver for grant recipients of the program, a $1-billion effort to fund the buildout of internet infrastructure that connects communities rather than consumers directly. The proposed limited waiver, slated for March 1 of next year until March 1, 2024, would apply to products like broadband routing equipment, optical fiber gear, and undersea cable equipment. NTIA will review the waiver no less than every six months to determine whether it’s still necessary. Comments on the proposed waiver are due by October 3. For more information, consult the relevant federal register notice
  • On August 5, (FCC) unanimously voted to approve two proposals aimed at increasing funding for outreach for the $14 billion Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP). The first proposal established a $100 million grant program to help increase awareness of the larger $14 billion subsidy. The second proposal set up a pilot program to promote the broadband subsidy to recipients of federal housing assistance. 13 million people are currently enrolled in the ACP, but the Biden Administration has estimated that 48 million households are eligible. The program gives low-income households $30 each month to help pay for broadband, among other benefits. The Press Release can be found here.
  • The website Internet For All provides a repository of information on the various broadband programs in the IIJA, as well as information on Treasury’s Capital Projects Fund.
  • The United Stated Department of Agriculture Rural Development has developed an extensive range of virtual outreach events in anticipation of the Found 4 Funding Opportunity Announcement later this year. You can subscribe for information of upcoming events here.
  • On May 31, the Federal Communications Commission launched an online help center and other resources to assist internet service providers and other filers of verified broadband availability data prepare their submissions when the filing window opens on June 30, 2022. A link to the news release can be found here.
  • Department of Commerce’s Use of Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal Funding to Help Close the Digital Divide Fact Sheet
  • NTIA Overview of Grant Programs in the IIJA
  • NGA continues to track federal funding programs. For a comprehensive list of federal broadband funding programs, please find the federal funding tracker at the bottom of NGA’s broadband landing page.
Department of Energy
  • The Department of Energy has announced $425 million in IIJA funding for state clean energy programs. DOE’s State Energy Program is accepting applications from all 50 states, five U.S. territories and the District of Columbia for the expanded formula funding. DOE has also declared that it will continue to offer technical assistance as well as optional cohort-based assistance, beginning in 2023. DOE’s offer of technical assistance includes modeling and analytics support, peer discussion groups and networking opportunities. DOE’s cohort assistance is built around the topics of transmission and distribution planning, grid expansion and clean energy manufacturing planning.
  • The Biden administration issued presidential determinations to authorize the U.S. Department of Energy to use the Defense Production Act (DPA) for investment in key energy technologies: solar; insulation; heat pumps; electric grid transformers and components; and electrolyzers, platinum group metals, and fuel cells for clean hydrogen. In addition to DPA action, the President announced (see this WH fact sheet) that he will: Direct the development of master supply agreements and preferences for domestically manufactured solar systems across all federal procurement, including applying “super preferences” to incentivize greater investment in domestic manufacturing; and create a 24-month bridge – as domestic manufacturing rapidly scales up – to ensure the reliable supply of components that U.S. solar deployers need to construct grid-strengthening clean energy projects, while reinforcing the integrity of our trade laws and processes. 
  • The Department of Energy’s State Energy Program has issued a State Energy Security Plan and Guidance document, which is a requirement of IIJA. The purpose of this guidance is to provide clarity and detail on the six elements outlined in Section 40108 of the IIJA. The guidance attached is the DOE’s interpretation of how the six elements could be met – it is not exhaustive. The framework and guidance document can be found here, and FAQ can be found here.
  • The Department of Energy released a Searchable List of IIJA Programs and Grants, providing program summaries and relevant timelines.
  • The Department of Energy has opened a public comment period on its Draft Guidance for its extended product system rebate program and energy efficient transformer rebate program. The media release and draft guidance can be found here. The closing date is yet to be published but will be 30 days after publication of the Notice of Availability and Solicitation in the Federal Register.
  • The Department of Energy has also released a Tracker for recent IIJA Programs RFI’s & NOI’s. Both sites are constantly updated by the DOE.
Environmental Protection Agency
Federal Permitting Improvement Steering Council
  • The Federal Permitting Improvement Steering Council was established in 2015 and is charged with improving the transparency, predictability and outcomes of the Federal environmental review and authorization process for certain large-scale infrastructure projects. This includes infrastructure projects in the conventional energy production, renewable energy production, electricity transmission, surface transportation, aviation, ports and waterways, water resource, broadband, pipelines, manufacturing, mining, and carbon capture sectors that meet certain criteria. Additional information can be found in this Overview of FAST-41 and the Permitting Council or at https://www.permits.performance.gov/
  • To contact the Federal Permitting Improvement Steering Council, please email FAST.FortyOne@fpisc.gov
  • The Biden Administration has released a new Permitting Action Plan to strengthen and accelerate Federal permitting and environmental reviews by fully leveraging existing permitting authorities, as well as new provisions in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. The Action Plan outlines the Administration’s strategy for ensuring that Federal environmental reviews and permitting processes are effective, efficient, and transparent, guided by the best available science to promote positive environmental and community outcomes, and shaped by early and meaningful public engagement. Resources: Fact Sheet; Action Plan
  • The Biden-Harris Administration released a permitting action plan to strengthen and accelerate Federal permitting and environmental reviews by fully leveraging existing permitting authorities, as well as new provisions in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. The fact sheet can be found here, and the action plan can be found here.
Additional Federal Resources
  • The Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) has announced the Appalachian Regional Initiative for Stronger Economies (ARISE) initiative, aiming to support regional economic development through large scale, multi state projects across Appalachia using IIJA funding. Funding for Multi-State projects is now available, with application accepted on a rolling basis. For more information, visit the ARISE webpage here.
  • The Department of the Interior’s Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (OSMRE) has announced the final rule extending the Abandoned Mine Reclamation Fund program through 2034, along with other changes to the program. The final rule extends OSMRE’s ability to collect reclamation fees for an additional 13 years and reduces the fee rates by 20%. More information on the extension of this program can be found at the announcement here
  • On July 21, 2022, the U.S. Department of the Interior released final guidance for the FY2022 funding available for the Reclaiming Abandoned Mine Lands program. The main components of the final guidance include encouraging states and Tribes to prioritize projects that invest in disadvantaged communities, incorporate public review and comment into the selection of projects, design projects to maximize the amount of methane that can be reduced and prioritize employment of current of current and former coal industry workers. The media release can be found here and the final guidance can be accessed here.
  • The White House has published an inaugural list of programs covered under the Justice40 Initiative. The Justice40 Initiative was established in Executive Order 14008 on Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad. Justice40 covered programs are Federal programs that make covered investments in any one of the following seven categories: climate change, clean energy and energy efficiency, clean transit, affordable and sustainable housing, training and workforce development, remediation and reduction of legacy pollution, and the development of critical clean water and wastewater infrastructure. Existing and new programs, including those created by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, that make covered investments in any of these categories are considered Justice40 covered programs. The list of covered programs can be found here.
  • On July 6, the U.S. Department of Labor announced that $140 million has been made available to state workforce/labor agencies for training dollars. Applicants must advise whether they are targeting one of four priority industries: infrastructure, climate and economy or the care economy. Funding applications must be submitted no later than August 4, 2022. Please see relevant information on the opportunity here.
  • In June, the Biden Administration announced it is launching a summer-long Talent Pipeline Challenge to enable partnerships and encourage investments for training around three key infrastructure sectors—Construction, Broadband, & Electrification (EV charging infrastructure and battery manufacturing). The Challenge is a nationwide call to action for employers, education and training providers, state, territorial, local and Tribal governments and philanthropic organizations to support workforce development. For states, territories and localities, the Talent Pipeline Challenge asks governments to use federal funding to investment in workforce development efforts in these critical sectors, serve as a regional convenor of employers, training and community partners to identify workforce needs and develop plans, serve as a model employer, encourage contractors to use local/economic hiring preferences and adapt career and technical education plans. You can find more information on the Challenge in the Fact Sheet here.
  • On April 18, 2022, the Director of the Office of Management and Budget issued initial guidance on implementing a Buy America preference in federal financial assistance for infrastructure (including IIJA). This initial guidance relates to iron and steel, manufactured products and construction materials. The initial guidance can be found here.
  • On April 14, 2022, the Administration announced the release of Agency Equity Action Plans to advance equity and racial justice across the Federal Government. The White House Fact Sheet can be found here. The Department of Transportation’s Equity Action Plan be found here, the Department of Commerce’s Equity Action Plan is here and the Department of Energy’s can be found here
  • Fact Sheet: The Biden-Harris Action Plan for Building Better School Infrastructure
  • The Department of the Interior announced on February 7 that it had allocated nearly $725 million in FY22 Funding from the $11.3 billion abandoned mine lands reclamation program.
  • On January 31, the Department of the Interior announced that $1.15 billion in funding has been made available to states for the Orphaned Well Site Plugging, Remediation, And Restoration program.
  • The Interagency Working Group on Coal and Power Plant Communities and Economic Revitalization has updated its website with a centralized clearinghouse for federal funding sources, including IIJA programs. The funding opportunities page can be found here

Full details of all programs in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, including real-time updates, are available in a searchable table below.

NGA Resources

Moving Infrastructure Forward – State By State

The U.S. Department of Transportation released state-by-state fact sheets that highlight how the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) will deliver for communities across the country by repairing roads and bridges, improving transportation options, building a national network of chargers to accelerate the adoption of EVs, upgrading our nation’s airports, and ports. Click below to see the fact sheet for your state.

Association Resources

Governors Implementation Strategies


In November 2021, Governor Mike Dunleavy appointed an Infrastructure Investment Coordinator. This position sits in the Office of the Governor and will oversee a network of coordinators across agencies and relevant authorities.


Arkansas Governor and NGA Chair Asa Hutchinson, who issued an Executive Order establishing the Governor’s Infrastructure Planning Advisory Committee.  The Committee is composed of state agency personnel to identify best practices and procedures to ensure the State of Arkansas realizes the maximum relief and benefits available under the IIJA.


Governor John Bel Edwards recently appointed a Director of Special Projects in the Office of the Governor, who will coordinate implementation of the IIJA across agencies.


On January 13, Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced the establishment of the Michigan Infrastructure Office to ensure resources sent to Michigan under the IIJA are used effectively. The head of this Office has yet to be announced.  

In December, Governor Whitmer issued a series of Executive Directives to state departments and agencies in preparation for federal funds expected from the IIJA. Specific Executive Directives were issued for electric vehicles, broadbandwater infrastructure, and roads and bridges.

New Mexico

New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham recently appointed three administration leaders who will focus on key state priorities related to the new law. Gov. Lujan Grisham announced the appointment of Martin J Chavez as the state’s new infrastructure advisor, Matt Schmit as the state’s broadband advisor to the new state Office of Broadband Access and Expansion and Mike Hamman as the state’s water advisor.


On January 7 Oregon Governor Kate Brown designated Leah Horner as Infrastructure Director within the Governor’s Office. The Infrastructure Director will convene a State Infrastructure Cabinet to coordinate efforts of agencies receiving federal funds. A key outcome of the group is to develop public-facing information to track investments, community engagement, and system planning to ensure businesses are prepared for contract opportunities.