Opportunities and Challenges in Federal Community Investment Programs
The Interagency Community Investment Committee (ICIC) invites you to comment on how the Agencies can promote economic conditions and systems that reduce racial disparities and produce stronger outcomes for historically underserved communities, including communities of color, rural communities, and Tribal nations. Responses must be received by Dec. 5, 2022 for consideration.
The ICIC is focused on the operations and execution of federal programs that facilitate the flow of capital and the provision of financial resources into historically underserved communities, including communities of color, rural communities, and Tribal nations. The ICIC is composed of representatives from the following:
- The Department of the Treasury (Treasury),
- Small Business Administration (SBA),
- Department of Commerce (Commerce),
- Department of Transportation (DOT),
- Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD),
- and Department of Agriculture (USDA), (collectively, the Agencies).
The Agencies invite the public to comment on how the ICIC can promote economic conditions and systems that reduce racial disparities and produce stronger economic outcomes for all communities. Responses may be used to inform ICIC’s future actions to improve the operations and delivery of federal community investment programs through stronger federal collaboration.