Federal Funds & Infrastructure Office (FFIO)

The Federal Funds & Infrastructure Office is the lead agency within the Healey-Driscoll Administration tasked with implementing a whole of government approach to ensuring the Commonwealth of Massachusetts can leverage the historic opportunities available for federal funding.

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About the Federal Funds & Infrastructure Office

The Federal Funds & Infrastructure Office (FFIO) has launched an ambitious inter-agency strategy for the Commonwealth to successfully compete for the historic levels of federal funding available from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL), Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), the CHIPS and Science Act, and more. FFIO is responsible for tracking federal opportunities, facilitating the submission of successful applications for federal funding, and advocating on behalf of Massachusetts projects that advance key priorities including infrastructure, jobs, economic competitiveness, affordable housing, clean energy, decarbonization, resilience, equity, and workforce development.

FFIO chairs the Advisory Council on Federal Funds and Infrastructure which includes designees from each executive office, and serves as the government-wide coordinating body for the Commonwealth's federal funds strategy.

FFIO also leads the monthly Massachusetts Federal Funds Partnership meeting which provides updates and answers questions on available federal funding opportunities, and can advise local government on which federal grant programs can best help them meet their needs.

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State House, 24 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02133


Federal Funds & Infrastructure Office Email FedFundsInfra@mass.gov

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