The opportunities are historic. So are the responsibilities.
At KPMG, we are committed to creating infra-funding resources that will support infrastructure owners like you – not only in acquiring grants, but in connecting your infrastructure investments to the outcomes that your stakeholders demand, across every project phase and infrastructure delivery milestone.
We are working with governmental and commercial entities, applying our processes and tools, to secure IIJA, IRA, CHIPS funding, capture tax incentives, and execute successful projects.
In terms of the potential impact across communities and our nation, this may be some of the most valuable work any of us ever do. Let’s do it together.
Making accurate predictions and effectively managing complex, long-term projects is key.
KPMG has the experience, data, and analytics capabilities to effectively plan for complex projects with long lead times.
Asset management requirements are likely to stretch or exceed most organization’s capabilities.
KPMG can implement leading practices in lifecycle cost analysis to support the case for sustainable infrastructure investment and to protect value over time.
Skilled workforce shortages and supply chain delays are a barrier to success.
Leveraging the KPMG Elevate toolset, we can perform demand management analysis and gap assessments, and develop organization improvement strategies.
A high degree of transparency, audit trails, and monitoring are required.
KPMG can perform ongoing monitoring, risk assessment, reporting (dashboarding and developing key performance indicators), and ongoing compliance counsel per funding bill requirements.
Increased funding opportunities for P3 are a challenge in a relatively immature market.
KPMG can identify private sector partners through our client network and introduce them at program planning levels.
Expectations are high around new infrastructure and new technology to combat climate change (e.g., Zero Emission fleet and charging infrastructure).
KPMG can support technology enablement and partnerships for innovative solutions.
California High Speed Rail Authority (CHRSA)
Assessed IIJA funding and financing opportunities. Developed funding grant applications, funding plans, and other analyses to secure new funding.
North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT)
Support with the identification of discretionary funding opportunities across sectors including roads and bridges, broadband, electric vehicle charging infrastructure, and Mega Projects.
Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT)
KPMG assisted INDOT in the evaluation of the EV related components of the BIL, developed an assessment of the EV market landscape in Indiana, and facilitated a market facing Request for Information (RFI) for various stakeholders and potential market participants in Indiana.
Whether you are a car manufacturer, energy provider or technology company, the current infrastructure funding contains opportunities for a diverse range of private sector organizations to participate in grants, either as prime, subrecipient, or supply chain partner, as well as opportunities for tax credits. Now more than ever, the compliance function plays an important role in the success of U.S. government contractors. The KPMG Government Contractor Services practice has the experience and expertise to assist mature or emerging government contractors participating in infrastructure funding opportunities.