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Fast Forward to 2024: Latest Developments in Broadband Projects and BEAD Funding

With the start of a new year came renewed activity in the broadband space at the state and federal levels. As expected, there were developments related to the Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment (“BEAD”) program, the federal broadband funding program administered by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (“NTIA”). In our previous blog post in … Continue Reading

Best P3 Practices for the US Webinar Series

We are pleased to announce a four-part webinar series based on developing best practices for US public-private partnerships (P3s). P3s are coming into their own across the US with high expectations as to how federal and state infrastructure funds can be leveraged when partnered with the private sector. Partnerships are complex on a good day … Continue Reading

P3 State Legislation Update and Opportunities for the Private Sector

P3 state legislation continues to expand and move forward with governors signing legislation into law and sending some bills back to legislatures for review and revision. The states have in common efforts to define the breadth and depth of projects suitable for public private partnerships and many are working to establish specific offices to manage … Continue Reading

P3 State Legislation: Why the Industry Should Pay Attention

It is a particularly good time for states to implement P3 legislation to make P3 projects more efficient and predictable. The more states and their associated regulatory authorities weigh in on P3 parameters, documents, and general rules of the road, the easier it will be for project owners and private sector parties. The more clarity built around … Continue Reading

Public-Private Partnerships in 2023’s Economic Environment

As we end the first quarter of 2023, it’s safe to say no one could have anticipated the myriad of challenges that now face public-private partnership (“P3”) deals. Inflation continues unabated, while interest rates continue to rise. Supply chains are complicated and tangled, and the high-profile closure of Silicon Valley Bank and the two-stage rescue of First … Continue Reading