President Donald Trump wants to spend $1 trillion in infrastructure over 10 years and get most of it from the private sector. The administration’s big definition of infrastructure - which includes roads and bridges, farms, energy plants, broadband, even hospitals - may mean that much of the private money goes to the areas with a visible profit while transportation struggles to find funding.

At Roll Call's Infrastructure Decoded event we will examine the many questions that infrastructure stakeholders and policymakers will face: How does the administration plan to get the proposal through Congress? What role will rural infrastructure play in the larger investment? How should technology be handled in the $1 trillion package? What are the obstacles standing in the way?

Join Roll Call Live on Wednesday, December 6 for a morning of bipartisan conversation and gain first-hand insight into the latest developments in infrastructure policy taking place across the federal government.

Join the conversation: #InfrastructureDecoded @RollCall @farmcredit

Opening Remarks | CQ Roll Call
Paul McHale, President, CQ Roll Call
Fireside Chat | Keynote Interview
DJ Gribbin, Special Assistant to the President for Infrastructure Policy
Moderated by Jacob Fischler, CQ Roll Call
Fireside Chat | Keynote Interview
Congressman Pete DeFazio (D-OR), Ranking Member, Committee on Transportation & Infrastructure
Moderated by Jacob Fischler, CQ Roll Call
Sponsor Remarks | Presented by Farm Credit
Tom Halverson, CEO, Cobank
Panel | The Future of Infrastructure
Dr. Richard Mudge, President, Compass Transportation & Technology, Inc.
Chris Spear, President and CEO, American Trucking Associations
Carlos Braceras, VP, AASHTO and Executive Director, Utah DOT
Moderated by Randy Walerius, CQ Roll Call
Panel | Rural America and an Infrastructure Package
Jill Jamieson, Managing Director, P3/Infrastructure Finance & Delivery at Jones Lang LaSelle
Catie Kawchak, Director of Infrastructure, Innovation and HR Policy, National Association of Manufacturers
Dale Moore, Executive Director of Public Policy, American Farm Bureau Federation
Beth Osborne, VP of Technical Assistance
Moderated by Jacob Fischler, CQ Roll Call 
Closing Remarks | CQ Roll Call
Paul McHale, President, CQ Roll Call
Sponsor Interview | Presented by Farm Credit Council
Todd Van Hoose, President & CEO, Farm Credit Council