Oversight, Infrastructure, and Federalism: Ensuring Transparency, Accountability, and Effectiveness
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The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act of 2021 is poised to send billions of taxpayer dollars from the nation’s capital through the states to local communities to improve our roads, bridges, dams, broadband networks, electric vehicle charging stations, mass transit systems, and more. To ensure the success of these historic infrastructure investments, action must be taken to prevent waste, fraud and abuse, and ensure the law lives up to its promise.
On March 25, 2022, the Levin Center and Wayne State University Law Review will present a one-day online symposium focused on meeting our infrastructure investment challenges and opportunities. Join us in hearing from a diverse group of experts, including academics, oversight practitioners, and affected communities, on steps that can be taken to safeguard our infrastructure investments.
10.00 a.m. EST - Panel 1: Establishing Mechanisms for Oversight of Infrastructure
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2.00 p.m. EST - Panel 2: Exercising Oversight of Infrastructure Performance
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For more details, please visit the Symposium's website.