The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, signed into law in November 2021, includes $550 billion in new federal investments to America’s infrastructure, including transportation, water, power and energy, environmental remediation, public lands, broadband and resilience.
In this free webinar, presented by L3Harris, you’ll learn how to access grants funding under this once-in-a-generation investment, allowing cities, towns, municipalities and others to rebuild and reinvest in projects that will make lasting, positive impacts in their communities.
You will learn:
- Grant opportunities under the Infrastructure Act for transportation, utilities and other critical national infrastructure.
- What you need to know about applying for funding.
- How to access grants funds to modernize communications with P25-compliant radios.
MEET OUR SPEAKERS
Samantha L. Dorm, Senior Grant Consultant, Lexipol
Dorm first began working as a consultant for the grants division of Praetorian Digital (now Lexipol) in 2010 serving. She has been instrumental in providing grant writing guidance to various public safety and non-profit agencies throughout the United States to enable them to obtain alternative funding as well as provide instruction on statistical compilation, analysis and program development. Dorm is also a reviewer for several federal agencies and also instructs grant writing workshops
Robert Butts, Market Manager, L3Harris
Butts has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Virginia Tech. With over 30 years of telecom experience, Rob has worked with leading vendors to design and develop telecommunications systems include most recently MCPTx infrastructure and devices as well as with Southern Linc during the deployment of the MCPTT products and services.
Stephanie Bays, MPA, Director Grants Platform, Lexipol
Bays manages and supports Lexipol’s grant platform’s project management and customer success teams and grant consultants. She has led in a direct service role and in an administrative capacity for the public and nonprofit sectors for 15 years. Previously as a grant manager for the Dallas County Juvenile Department, Bays secured and maintained a $3.1 million competitive award, directing pre- and post-award grant processes.