CNE’s End of Year Message

This year at CNE, our highly motivated and capable team has grown and continues to work arduously to help Puerto Rico recover. With the support of people like you, we find ourselves immersed in some important projects and initiatives.

Put Puerto Rico First

During the past few months a narrative has taken hold, on both sides of the political spectrum, that Puerto Rico is “using federal disaster relief funds to pay bondholders”. This narrative is wrong and dangerously simplistic.

180 días

El 20 de junio de 2018 se aprobó la Ley 120 para “Transformar el Sistema Eléctrico de Puerto Rico” y “para autorizar el marco legal requerido para la venta, disposición y/o transferencia de activos, operaciones, funciones y servicios de la Autoridad de Energía Eléctrica (la “AEE”)”, y para otros fines relacionados.

Puerto Rico’s Unfinished Business After Hurricane María

It has been a little over a year since Hurricane María fractured Puerto Rico’s infrastructure and its demographic and economic landscape. Currently, all the critical infrastructure—electricity, water, telecommunications, schools, and hospitals—is functional.

CNE lanza nueva iniciativa: Blueprint

Click here for the English version En CNE entendemos que es imprescindible desarrollar un marco abarcador de planificación y política pública para atender todo lo relacionado al tema de vivienda y la tenencia de la tierra. Estos asuntos son medulares para la recuperación y reconstrucción de Puerto Rico. Blueprint proveerá una plataforma de intercambio de Read More

Transforming the Recovery into Locally-led Growth: Federal Contracting in the Post-Disaster Period

Transforming the Recovery into Locally-led Growth: Federal Contracting in the Post-Disaster Period Published on September 26, 2018 / Leer en español Deepak Lamba-Nieves Research Director Raúl Santiago-Bartolomei Research Associate DOWNLOAD Full Report RELATED CONTENT Federal Post-María Contracting Monitoring (FPMCM) Dashboard SHARE In the wake of the devastation resulting from hurricane María, the United States Federal Read More