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Originally published February 2022 |

Updated July 3, 2024

Brookings Metro developed this resource to help practitioners, policymakers, and journalists track the state and local opportunities made possible by the federal Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) of 2021 and Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) of 2022. This page includes an interactive database of IIJA awards by state and metro area; an overview of the IIJA and the IRA鈥檚 programs, plus current Notices of Funding Opportunities (NOFO); and links to key internal and external resources. For questions and feedback, please submit inquiries to [email protected].

Awards data

This interactive consolidates all the IIJA awards as of April 29, 2024, consistent with White House-published . We present the award data at both the state and metropolitan levels. Since not all award data is available at a local level鈥攁nd since not every local project includes a city name, county name, or clear geographic coordinates鈥攖he state and metropolitan data should not be directly compared. The tabs above the map let you change how awards are geographically grouped鈥攅ither by state or metropolitan area鈥攁nd the unit of measurement. By default, the map displays state awards per capita. You can filter the awards using seven distinct categories; click 鈥淪how more filters鈥 to see the full list. The table below the map is sortable by column. Complete award data is available for download here.

Progress of awards

Share of authorized funding awarded

Dollar value of funding awarded

Map of awards, summarized by state and metro areas

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Table of awards

Program guide

This interactive database offers more detail on the IIJA and IRA鈥檚 individual programs. Use filters to select programs based on their topic and subtopic areas; funding methods; potential qualification of climate and workforce awards; and if the program was new under each law. The database also includes NOFO information as of May 15, 2024, including whether the NOFO is currently open. Our raw data is available for download here. Explore the distribution of likely spending within various topics and sub-topics by clicking within regions of the chart. Hover over the chart for more information about a given topic or program. You can also look at both laws together (by default) or separately. Note: The summary metrics and table below will change as you zoom in or out of the chart.

Select funding origin

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IIJA

IRA

Summary and detailed estimates of likely program spending

All programs

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Related resources

This section provides links to additional web pages including Brookings publications related to the IIJA and other federal infrastructure topics; federal agency websites with IIJA- and IRA-related information; and other organizations offering similar content to the Brookings Infrastructure Hub.

Brookings Publications

Federal Resources

  • White House: |
  • Agriculture:
  • Army Corps of Engineers:
  • DOE: (IIJA and IRA)
  • DOT: | | | |
  • DOT (FAA):
  • EPA: |
  • Interior |
  • NTIA:

External Resources

  • APTA:
  • APWA:
  • AASHTO:
  • AMPO:
  • ASCE:
  • Chamber of Commerce:
  • EDF and Sabin Center (Columbia University):
  • NACO: |
  • NARC:
  • NASEO : |
  • NGA: |
  • NLC: | |
  • NACTO:

Tracking Notice of Funding Opportunities (NOFOs)

Below are links to federal departments, federal agencies, or organizations that aggregate information about NOFOs for discretionary IIJA programs. This is not intended to be a comprehensive list. Links to sites for specific programs are omitted.

  • Department of Agriculture:
  • Department of Commerce:
  • Department of Energy: | | |
  • Department of the Interior:
  • Department of Transportation: | | | | |
  • Other Organizations: | |
  • Acknowledgements and disclosures

    Adie Tomer, Caroline George, and Ben Swedberg contributed data and design. Alec Friedhoff contributed to design and led interactive coding.