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This webinar is available on-demand. If you have issue accessing the recording, please email nacomeetings@naco.org.

Join NACo for the second of a two-part review series of the U.S. Department of Treasury’s webinar on reporting guidelines and compliance requirements for the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund program. NACo staff will review questions from Part 1 of this series that occurred on April 21. Additionally, NACo staff will do a review of how counties that claim the $10 million revenue loss standard allowance should complete their Project and Expenditure Report, which is due April 30.

 

 

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