Jordan Dorfman is the Senior Attorney-Advisor for the WIFIA program.� Jordan advises program staff and management on all legal aspects of the program and is responsible for the development of program regulations, guidance and policy for a new and innovative source of funding for critical water and wastewater infrastructure.� He has served in this capacity since the passage of WIFIA in 2014.Prior to joining the WIFIA program, Jordan served as Attorney-Advisor in the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) program.� Jordan was a member of a team that implemented and evaluated the CWSRF and provided technical assistance to EPA’s regional offices and State CWSRF programs.� He conducted state and borrower oversight and testing of financial transactions for compliance with eligibility and programmatic requirements.�� As staff lead for the implementation effort for the Office of Water for the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, he coordinated cross-office actions to support and oversee the successful deployment of $6 billion in funding for shovel-ready water and wastewater infrastructure across the country.� Jordan assisted in the development of the security features and legal requirements of a proposed US Territory Infrastructure Bank.� Jordan spent 2004 as a Brookings Institution Fellow working on the personal staff of Senator Mark Dayton on environmental, energy, and judicial reform issues. 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.
Like what you see? Make sure you're getting it all
Independent and authoritative analysis and perspective for the banking industry