Alaska Infrastructure Grant SymposiumSeptember 6-9, 2022
Alaska Infrastructure Week & Alaska Infrastructure Grant Symposium
On September 6 — 9, 2022, the Alaska Municipal League and Alaska Federation of Natives are hosting multiple workshops and trainings at the Dena’ina Center in Anchorage focused on Alaska’s strategic efforts to plan for and implement the federal infrastructure package (IIJA/BIL). Invited to attend are Alaska’s local and Tribal governments, nonprofits and businesses, and the many supportive organizations and associations that contribute to community and regional development.
Registration for Senator Murkowski’s Infrastructure Grants Symposium on the 7th is on her site. For all other events, please register here. Many of the additional sessions are for subject matter experts and responsible officials, in particular, and participants should expect active work sessions that lead to products or additional services.
Events are subject to change and final agendas will be released at a later date. All those registered will receive the final agenda and additional information on their events via email. By registering here, you agree to receive follow-up emails regarding the week’s events and related topics.
For more information about the Infrastructure Grant Symposium on September 7th, contact Senator Murkowski’s office.
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Slides & Resources From 2022 Alaska Infrastructure Week
Grant Writing Training
2nd Infrastructure Grant Symposium, September 7
Recording (Posted when available)
Workshops, September 8
Tribal Programs – Treasury Presentation
Broadband Strategy Presentations
Energy Strategy – AML Presentation
Transportation Day, September 9
AML Presentation – Major Grants
Slides & Resources From the April 2022 Infrastructure Grant Symposium
Agenda for Tuesday, April 12 (PDF)
Alaska Grant Writing Resources Fact Sheet
AFN Navigator Program Overview – Nicole Borromeo, AFN
Grant Writing Training
BIL Prioritization and Planning – Aurah Landau, HDR
Grant Application – Leading Up to and Responding to the NOFO – Joan Herrmann, APSI & Jennifer Harrington, ANTHC
Grant Application – Technical Analyses – Aurah Landau, HDR & Joselyn Biloon, AK DOT&PF
Worker Shortages – Dan Robinson, AK Dept. of Labor & Workforce Development
Economic Impacts on Alaska’s Workforce – Jon Bittner, AK Small Business Development Center
Workforce, Infrastructure, and Economic Development – Nolan Klouda, UAA Center for Economic Development