• Jan 14 Event: Biden Administration Focus On Infrastructure Recovery, Rebuilding And Resilience

  • Jan 14 Event: Biden Administration Focus On Infrastructure Recovery, Rebuilding And Resilience

    Texas Food & Fuel Association
     
     
    EMA recently hired Squire Patton Boggs (SPB) to help navigate the ins and outs of the upcoming Biden Administration and new Congress.  Below is an invite from SPB regarding a bipartisan discussion analyzing President-elect Biden’s expansive approach to infrastructure during the 117th Congress. Panelists for this event include former US Congressman and Chair of the US House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure Bill Shuster (R-PA) and former US Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater. Former US Congressman Jack Kingston (R-GA) will provide introductory remarks.

    When registering, the contact is “Austin Harrison.”


    Thanks,

    Rob Underwood
    President
    Energy Marketers of America
     
     
    Thursday, January 14, 2021
    10 – 11 a.m. ET

    Transition 2020 | Build Back Better: From Crisis to Opportunity – Biden Administration Focus on Infrastructure Recovery, Rebuilding and Resilience
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    The Biden-Harris Administration will officially kick off the “Build Back Better” plan on January 20, 2021, to focus on recovering and rebuilding the US economic, social, physical and environmental infrastructures in an effort to create a more equitable country and provide the American people with the opportunity and tools to become more resilient. How will the plan turn into actions? How can the private sector proactively play a part in the process?

    Our Southeast US Public Policy team invites you to join us for a bipartisan conversation on infrastructure with former US Congressman and Chair of the US House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure. Bill Shuster (R-PA) and former US Secretary of Transportation Rodney E. Slater. Please join us to hear from these proven leaders with frontline experience in guiding US infrastructure development for their outlook on the opportunities and priorities that lay ahead under a new administration and the 117th Congress, particularly as they apply to Georgia and the Southeast. The panel will be moderated by Atlanta Policy Team members Amol Naik and Austin Harrison, after introductory remarks from former US Congressman Jack Kingston (R-GA). The audience is invited to submit questions to the panel in advance of the webinar and during the discussions.

    If you would like to attend, or have colleagues who would, please register any interested parties using the "Register" button above. 
     
    Additional Info
    Contact
    Keri Li
    keri.li@squirepb.com
     
    Registration Deadline
    January 13 at 5 p.m. EST

    Login Details
    This virtual discussion will be hosted on WebEx. The access link will be included in the registration confirmation email. Take advantage of the “Add to calendar” feature to save the webinar info and access link to your calendar.
     
     
     
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