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3. WRRDA mandates infrastructure reformation and is expected to free up funds for necessary waterways projects, but...

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WRRDA mandates infrastructure reformation and is expected to free up funds for necessary waterways projects, but the Army Corps of Engineers believes that revamping the entire inland waterways system is necessary and estimates it will cost about $125 billion. Looking at the funding for WRRDA we see $8 billion in flood prevention and port expansion projects…but with more than 200 outdated locks, where is the rest of the money coming from to really get traffic moving on the waterways?
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About Maritime TV’s 'Ask the Administrator’ Program Series

‘Ask the Administrator’ is a Maritime TV series of pre-recorded interviews which originated during the tenure of Maritime Administrator Paul "Chip" Jaenichen in 2014 at various locations around the country and Washington D.C. The goal was to create a forum for communication with the industry-at- large. On November 20, 2017, Maritime TV recorded the first ‘Ask the Administrator’ interview with the Maritime Administrator who succeeded Mr. Jaenichen in the new administration,
Rear Admiral Mark H. "Buz" Buzby, USN, Ret.

Subsequent interviews in the ‘Ask the Administrator’ Series will be scheduled in the future. Maritime TV invites industry feedback in the form of questions for the Maritime Administrator which will be considered for inclusion in the program interview.

Each of the interviews in the ‘Ask the Administrator‘ program series will be available shortly after their production dates at this on-demand webcast site on Maritime TV.


June 21, 2014 Interview

Maritime TV In-Depth Interview with Acting Maritime Administrator Paul “Chip” Jaenichen
Tuesday, February 12, 2014, Recorded at the U.S. Department of Transportation, Maritime Administration, Washington, D.C.

On June 4, Deputy Maritime Administrator Paul “Chip” Jaenichen was named Acting Maritime Administrator.  He will serve in this role until the appointment and confirmation of a new Maritime Administrator. Acting Maritime Administrator Jaenichen has been with the U.S. Department of Transportation, Maritime Administration since July 2012 when he was appointed Deputy Maritime Administrator by President Obama.

On Tuesday, February 12, 2014, Maritime TV’s  Dave Gardy interviewed Mr. Jaenichen at MARAD headquarters in Washington. D.C. The full video interview and links to individual question responses are included here in the on-demand archives.

CLICK HERE FOR Paul “Chip” Jaenichen BIO

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