Conference 2023

Don’t recall what session you attended? View a list of the 2023 sessions in theĀ 2023 Conference Brochure.

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Session Presentations

S1-Internet for All in Washington

S3-How CISA Can Help Be More Resilient

S4-Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Bipartian Infrastructure Law Updates

S5-Connecting Housing to Infrastructure Program – CHIPS and Dip

S6-Strategies for Navigating a Declining Workforce

S7-Active Transportation Funding Programs and Project Development Support

S8-Financing Infrastructure with Bonds and Bank Loans

S9-Need Help Protecting Your Drinking Water

S10-New Rules for Housing and the Systems That Support It

S11-Integrity of Investment Utility Workforce Challenges

S12-FUN in Funding – Winning Grants

S13-Infrastructure Resilience What Cybersecurity Resources are Available to Your Organization

S15-Planning for Infrastructure Water and Sewer and Streets Oh My

S18-Public Transportation Grants and You

S19-Getting Started on Asset Management

S20-BIL Funding Opportunities for PFAS and Other Emerging Contaminants

S21-Connecting to State Capital Grants for Nonprofits

S23-Washington State Dept. of Transportation (WSDOT) Local Programs Funding Overview

S24-Sharpening Asset Management Strategies for Water Utilities

S25-Question and Answer with a Small Water System Using Drinking Water State Revolving Fund

S26-Early Learning & Behavioral Health Capital Facilities

S28-Road – Local Improvement Districts – Successful Solutions

S29-Budget The Foundation of Rates

S30-Infrastructure Funding Public Works Board and MRSC Flag Important Considerations for Capital Project Design Construction

S31-Applying EPA Infrastructure Technical Assistance Throughout Project Timeline to Ensure Quality

S32-Indian Health Service Sanitation Facilities Construction (SFC) Program

S32-DOE Office of Indian Energy Office Overview

S32-Tribal Broadband Access and Digital Equity Breakout

S32-Planning for Cultural Recources Reviews and Tribal Consultation

S32-Kalispel Tribe of Indians

S33-Strategies for Project Funding and Benefits of Bundling Projects with Other Agencies

S34-Ecology’s State Revolving Fund Program Overview

S35-Building a New Statewide Energy Resilience Program – Collaboration, Coordination, and Communication

S36-Pretreatment 101

S38-TIB Project Management and Finance

S39-Breaking the Barriers to Cleanup and Redevelopment for Communities of All Sizes

S40-Let’s Get You Plugged In

S41-Improving Community Resilience, Water Quality, and Public Health Through a Regional OSS Loan Program

S43-Cultural Resources and Infrastructure Planning – Understanding the Issues, Managing the Risks

S44-Brewster’s Manganese Removal Project

S45-Let’s Go Solar – New Funding Opportunities from Commerce

S46-Equitable Wastewater Futures in King County

S47-The Price is Right

S48-Using GIS to Create Your 6-Year Capital Improvement Program

S49-Infrastructure and Public Records Requests

S50-Reducing Air Pollution and Costs – Expanded Options for Energy Efficiency Funding

S51-Library Capital Improvement Program

S52-Emergency Planning for Small Water Systems

S54-Excise Tax Reporting for Public Utility Services

S55-Advancing Clean Energy and Resilience through Microgrid Project Development

S56-USDA Community Facilities Funding

S58-S58 – GIS for Small Utility Systems

S59-Consumer Confidence Reports – iWriter and Rule Revisions

S60-USDA Rural Business Development Grant (RBDG)

S61-S61 – What to Expect from Section 106 and GEO 21-02 Consultation with DAHP

Thanks to all of this year’s exhibitors, they make the conference possible.