SS39 Finding Federal Funding & Financing for ITS Projects

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Wednesday, May 23, 2012: 2:00 PM-3:30 PM
Chesapeake D (Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center)
Rick Krueger, Principal, Krueger Consulting

Session Description

This session will provide an overview of federal programs that includes both traditional (DOT) and unconventional sources of funding and financing for ITS projects. Even though US DOT programs are a good place to start when searching for federal ITS funding, they are not the only source. For example, other departments such as HUD, Agriculture, Energy and Homeland Security all have programs with elements that can be leveraged to fund certain types of ITS projects. In addition, both competitive and non-competitive (formula) sources of funding will be identified. This session is aimed at helping state and local governments and the private companies that sell products and services to them identify funding and financing sources.

Invited Speakers:

Kathy Ruffalo, President, Ruffalo and Associates, LLC

Constance Sorrell, Chief of System Operations, Virginia Department of Transportation

Matt Smith, ITS Program Manager, Michigan Department of Transportation

Parker Williams, Vice President, Business Development & Industry Relations, Xerox

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