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Treasury reporting resources for the upcoming ARPA Recovery Fund Project and Expenditure Report

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    Treasury reporting resources for the upcoming ARPA Recovery Fund Project and Expenditure Report

    All counties must submit an American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) State and Local Coronavirus Fiscal Recovery Fund (Recovery Fund) Project and Expenditure report to the U.S. Department of the Treasury (Treasury) by April 30, 2022. These required, periodic reports provide Treasury with financial and current performance information on projects using Recovery Funds. To help counties navigate the reporting process, the Treasury has released several resources that answer many of counties’ most common questions. 

    The Project and Expenditure Report User Guide takes counties step-by-step through the reporting portal and gives more details on what information Treasury wants for some programmatic questions. The guide includes screenshots of the Treasury Portal, showing counties what questions they can expect to answer for each project. This document is a supplement to Treasury’s compliance and reporting guidance.

    Treasury also has a series of recorded webinars that provide more information about submitting the upcoming Project and Expenditure Report. One of these webinars focuses on reporting under the revenue loss category. Another provides details about all other expenditure categories.

    Treasury’s website has additional webinars on a variety of specific topics, including evidence-based interventions, program evaluations and more. Counties that are struggling with the bulk upload function in the Treasury Portal can also consult one of Treasury’s recent webinars on this issue. Another useful webinar is one from January 2022 that focuses on designating user roles in the Treasury Portal. Account creation and logging, another area where counties may have questions, also has a corresponding webinar. 

    Finally, for counties that are still working on submitting the January 2022 Project and Expenditure Report, Treasury has a webinar focusing on that topic.

    NACo encourages counties to take advantage of these valuable resources when submitting their Project and Expenditure Reports. 

    Additional Resources 

    • U.S. Treasury’s ARPA Recovery Fund Compliance and Reporting Guidance
    • U.S. Treasury’s Project and Expenditure Report User Guide
    • U.S. Treasury step-by-step video walkthrough of reporting portal
    • U.S. Treasury step-by-step video walkthrough on how to report revenue loss/government services (EC 6.1)
    • U.S. Treasury step-by-step video walkthrough of how to designate user roles in Treasury portal
    • NACo Resource: Analysis of Treasury’s Final Rule
    • NACo Resource: NACo FAQs
    The U.S. Department of Treasury has released several resources to help counties in submitting the upcoming Project and Expenditure report for the ARPA State and Local Coronavirus Fiscal Recovery Fund.
    2022-04-21
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