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GSA Administrator Statement on Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act


WASHINGTON -- U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Administrator Robin Carnahan released the following statement following President Biden signing into law the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act:

“President Biden and Congress have just delivered something truly historic: a bipartisan investment that will bolster American competitiveness around the globe while creating millions of good-paying jobs here at home.

“The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act is an investment in stronger and more equitable communities, in good-paying union jobs, and in a cleaner and more sustainable future for all of us. In addition to rebuilding America’s roads and bridges, this bipartisan law will allow GSA to modernize land ports of entry across the country, improving security and sustainability while creating jobs and helping to mitigate future supply chain challenges.

“Congress should now work quickly to pass the Build Back Better Act, which is critical to lowering costs for families and delivering a more effective, efficient and sustainable government for all Americans.”



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