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January 21, 2022

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The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act presents a historic opportunity for the over 8 million minority-owned business in the U.S. to play a key role in rebuilding America’s infrastructure. 

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Passage of this bill assigns an Under Secretary to oversee the Minority Business Development Agency, mandates services to rural areas, and more.

Read more in Infrastructure Inclusion: A Tie That Can Bind America Together

Key Takeaways

  • The Act codifies the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) – creating an Under Secretary position and increasing its funding and reach.
  • Expands the geographic reach and scope of MBDA and creates regional MBDA offices and rural business centers.
  • MBDA will play a lead role in ensuring the participation of minority-owned businesses in infrastructure projects.

Rebuilding America: The Next Phase of Infrastructure

Learn more about the long-term, sustainable investments that will unlock our economy’s growth potential and productive capacity in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.