Meet John Brown Miller

John Brown Miller has a 35 year focus on bringing practical business, legislative and contractual solutions to the world’s burgeoning public infrastructure needs.

He was a reporter on the American Bar Association’s 2007 Model Code for Public Infrastructure Procurement project (MCPIP), which provides “best practices” in procurement in America’s 90,000 state and local governments.

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John brings the world’s experience in infrastructure delivery to every speaking engagement, always with a practical focus on value for money.

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The infrastructure space is complex. John brings a unique special experience to reach the heart of these issues.

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Recent Blog Posts

Congress Closed America’s Infrastructure Bank – Reopen It

Our economy – not government – needs to invest more in infrastructure. By:  Dr. John Brown Miller [Originally published by the Washington Examiner on February 5, 2018.] Congressman John Faso’s Op Ed on January 23 presents the arguments for establishing an American Infrastructure Bank.  The national grade of “D” grade received from the American Society

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Rethinking Our Century-Old Approach to Paying for Infrastructure

Our crumbling infrastructure can be fixed if we change how we fund capital investments and maintenance. By:  Dr. John Brown Miller [Originally published by Route Fifty on December 18 2017.] In the United States, we routinely separate “capital” activities from “maintenance and repair” activities. This made sense in 1916, when Congress began funding the US

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