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President Joe Biden’s Fiscal Year 2023 budget request, released March 29, requests $6.6 billion for the Corps of Engineers’ Civil Works program. This year’s budget request highlights include: • About… Read More
By Dave Matsuda Over the last 14 years, the U.S. Maritime Administration’s (MarAd) Small Shipyard Grant Program has served as a steady source of funding for capital projects and workforce… Read More
The American Society of Civil Engineers has done much to publicize America’s need for more infrastructure investment through its Infrastructure Report Card published every four years. In its 2021 report… Read More