Mary Scott Nabers' Insights

SPI President & CEO Mary Scott Nabers
As President and CEO of Strategic Partnerships, Inc., Mary Scott Nabers has decades of experience working in the public-private sector. A well-recognized expert in the P3 and government contracting fields, she is often asked to share her industry insights with top publications and through professional speaking engagements. Get an exclusive look at upcoming trends and insider tips from Mary herself on the SPI blog.


Sep 29th 2023 | Posted in Mary Scott Nabers' Insights, Opportunities by Adam Rollins
blur 1239439 1280 340x240 New funding announced for upcoming infrastructure projects
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The federal government just allocated $1.4 billion from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Act to support rail infrastructure projects nationwide. Seventy projects in 35 states and Washington, D.C., are recipients of the funding. This year’s allocation is the largest that has ever been dispensed partly because of disruptions in the supply chain caused by COVID-19. The federal […]

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Sep 27th 2023 | Posted in Mary Scott Nabers' Insights, Opportunities by Mary Scott Nabers
roy wilkins park 340x240 Benefits from recreational projects are responsible for the launch of hundreds of new construction initiatives
Exterior of Roy Wilkins Park Recreation Center. Courtesy of NYC Parks.

Public recreational initiatives are creating an abundance of government contracting opportunities throughout America as local governments build parks, aquatic centers, urban socializing spaces, walking trails, sports facilities and event centers. These initiatives facilitate activities enjoyed by citizens and result in new tax revenue, economic stimulus, higher property values and job creation. Then… there is the […]

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Sep 22nd 2023 | Posted in Mary Scott Nabers' Insights, Opportunities by Mary Scott Nabers
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An aerial view of the double diamond interchange. Courtesy of the city of Rocklin.

TIPs and STIPs are acronyms for transportation improvement programs at the local and state levels of government. The formal names are ‘Transportation Improvement Program’ and ‘Statewide Transportation Improvement Program.’ They both fund transportation projects and allow for the coordination of federal, state, and local funding. TIPs are locally approved plans which have been developed by […]

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