Since 2001, Jordan Dorfman has served as an attorney in the State Revolving Fund Branch, Office of Wastewater Management.� Jordan was a member of a team which implemented and evaluated the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) and provided technical assistance to EPA�s regional offices and State CWSRF programs.� Jordan spent 2004 as a Brookings Institution Fellow working on the personal staff of Senator Mark Dayton on environmental, energy, and judicial reform issues.� More recently, Jordan was the staff lead for the implementation effort for the Office of Water for the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.� In that role he coordinated cross Office actions to support and oversee implementation of the ARRA program.� He also conducted state and borrower oversight and testing of financial transactions for compliance with eligibility and programmatic requirements.�� Jordan assisted in the development of the security features and legal requirements of a proposed US Territory Infrastructure Bank.� Currently, Jordan is staff lead for the development and implementation of the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act program (WIFIA).Before joining EPA, Jordan was an estate planning and probate attorney at a small law firm in Washington, D.C.� Jordan received his J.D. from George Washington University Law School and his B.A. in International Relations from the University of Pennsylvania.
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