On November 15th, 2021, President Biden signed the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. The infrastructure law includes billions of dollars in competitive funding available to cities and towns, and, allocates funding to over 350 distinct programs across more than a dozen federal departments and agencies. 
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Guidebook is designed to help stakeholders understand the funding that is available under the law. This guidebook is a roadmap to the funding available under the law, as well as an explanatory document that shows, in as much detail as currently available, program-by-program information.  
Program Opportunities are available for the following project types: 

The Administration also provides a searchable data file that allows users to quickly sort programs funded under the law by fields like agency, amount, eligible recipient, or program name. 

Bipartisan Infrastructure Law for Rural Communities 

In April 2022, the White House released a Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Rural Playbook to help rural and small communities navigate, find, and apply for funding from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. 

Realizing a need to provide more information about the cost sharing waivers and other flexibilities on federal matching requirements, the Administration released a list of over 100 programs with cost share or matching requirement waivers and flexibilities under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.  

During the month of April, Biden Administration officials will meet with rural and small communities to talk about the impact of Bipartisan Infrastructure Law investments.   

As part of this effort key federal agencies have released factsheets that highlight how to leverage agency resources and capabilities to help rural and small communities: