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    Treasury ARPA Project and Expenditure Reports due April 30 – Important information for counties

    By April 30, all counties that received American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) State and Local Coronavirus Fiscal Recovery Funds (Recovery Funds) must submit a Project and Expenditure (P&E) Report to the U.S. Department of Treasury (Treasury).

    The following is an important update on the Treasury's ARPA Recovery Fund P&E Reports, which are due April 30, 2022. Also included below are steps for how counties may claim the $10 million revenue loss standard allowance.

    Additionally, Treasury released new FAQs for the ARPA Recovery Fund Final Rule. NACo will provide a more in-depth analysis in the coming days.

    Key Takeaways for ARPA P&E Report Submission Process

    • Treasury has stated that it is experiencing a very high volume of messages about problems that recipients are having with submitting their P&E Reports, which has caused a delay in addressing these issues. Treasury has stated that if your county has sent an email to Treasury outlining why the county is unable to submit your P&E Report, your county will not be penalized if you submit AFTER April 30, 2022, if your problem is not addressed prior to that date. Please encourage your county point of contact to save a date stamped email and/or screen shot of their messages to Treasury!

      If you are having an issue or are unable to submit your P&E Report, email both SLFRF@treasury.gov and covidreliefitsupport@treasury.gov and CC: questions@naco.org with a description and screenshot of what the problem is.

    • If you are trying to submit your county’s P&E Report as the Authorized Representative, but the portal is stating it does not recognize your name/contact information, please watch the step-by-step walkthrough video released by Treasury. If the problem persists, email SLFRF@treasury.gov and covidreliefitsupport@treasury.gov and CC: questions@naco.org with a description and screenshot of what the problem is.

    • Counties are required to make a one-time, irrevocable election to either take the $10 million revenue loss standard allowance or calculate revenue loss. Counties must indicate this choice in this April P&E Report.

    • If your county is claiming the $10 million revenue loss standard allowance, please follow the below steps. Please note that there are streamlined reporting requirements for revenue replacement funds.

    Steps for claiming $10 million standard allowance and reporting requirements

    1. Go to the “Project Overview” section
    2. Choose 6 – Revenue Replacement – under the “Project Expenditure Category Group”
    3. Choose EC 6.1 – Provision of Government Services – under the “Project Expenditure Category”
    4. Enter in Project Name
      • If your county has not yet signed a contract, obligated or expended funds, select “My jurisdiction has no projects”
    5. Enter Recipient Project ID#
    6. Enter Total Cumulative Obligations
    7. Enter Total Cumulative Expenditures
    8. Enter Program Description
    9. SKIP the following modules:
      • Subrecipients/beneficiaries/contractors
      • Subawards/direct payments
      • Expenditures
    10. Go to the “Recipient Specific” module
    11. Choose “Yes” under“ Is your jurisdiction electing to use the standard allowance of up to $10 million, not to exceed your total allocation, for identifying revenue loss?”
    12. Enter in the amount you would like to claim in the field below “Revenue Loss Due to COVID-19 Public Health Emergency”
      • For counties that receive less than $10 million in ARPA Recovery Funds and want to allocate the entirety of your allocation towards revenue loss, enter in your total allocation (total of first and second tranche) into this field
    13. Provide a description of how revenue replacement funds were allocated to government services

    Additional Resources

    • NACo Blog: Treasury releases updated FAQs document for ARPA Recovery Fund Final Rule
    • NACo Webinar: Part 1: U.S. Treasury Webinar on Reporting Guidelines for the State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds
    • NACo Webinar: Part 2: Overview of U.S. Treasury Webinar on Project and Expenditure Reports for ARPA Recovery Funds – Overview of Revenue Replacement Reporting
    By April 30, all counties that received American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) State and Local Coronavirus Fiscal Recovery Funds (Recovery Funds) must submit a Project and Expenditure (P&E) Report to the U.S.
    2022-04-28
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    2022-04-29

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