Recorded Series: Grant Management for Recipients of Treasury’s Coronavirus Fiscal Recovery Funds

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The Fiscal Recovery Fund for State and Local Governments is a $350 billion program created in the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, which became law on March 11, 2021. The Department of the Treasury has issued interim regulations, final regulations, and comprehensive program guidance for managing this crucial and time-limited fiscal support.

This three-part webinar series will explore key grant management considerations and requirements in the program’s Final Rule, which becomes effective on April 1, 2022; strategies for effective management of transfers, subrecipient relationships, and procurement contracts under the Fiscal Recovery Fund (FRF); and management of construction and other capital expenditures and federal interest considerations for FRF recipients. 

Target Audience

  • Chief Executives and Chief Legal Officers in State and Local Governments
  • Legal, Finance, and Budget Office Personnel in State and Local Governments
  • Directors of Legal Affairs and Attorneys involved in subawarding or subcontracting FRF funds in State and Local Governments
  • Other Fiscal Recovery Fund Grant Specialists, Managers, and Administrators in State and Local Government

Learning Objectives

Grant Management Exceptions for Fiscal Recovery Fund Recipients

After this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Understand key components of the ARPA’s Fiscal Recovery Fund program
  • Explain key differences between grants under the Coronavirus Relief Fund (CARES Act) and grants under the Fiscal Recovery Fund (American Rescue Plan Act of 2021)
  • Describe Fiscal Recovery Fund key regulatory requirements, eligible uses, reporting, and compliance guidance
  • Discuss latest developments in FRF program administration
Managing Fiscal Recovery Fund Transfers, Subawards and Procurement Contracts

After this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of primary FRF recipients in making transfers
  • Describe the roles and responsibilities of primary FRF recipients in structuring subawards 
  • Detail FRF recipient obligations when procuring goods and services through contracts
Managing Construction and Other Capital Expenditures for Treasury’s Fiscal Recovery Fund Recipients

After this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Identify the key grant management considerations that impact FRF-funded construction and capital expenditures
  • Create planning strategies related to FRF-funded construction awards
  • Understand key challenges posed by the Uniform Guidance (“UG”) procurement standards and devise strategies to address those challenges in managing FRF awards
  • Understand the concept and implications of federal interest
  • Explain new domestic sourcing requirements for “infrastructure” awards in the context of FRF-funded projects
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Phillip is Senior Counsel in the firm’s Federal Grants and Health Law practice groups. A native of Puerto Rico, Phillip’s bilingual, nationwide practice serves non-profit organizations, municipalities, local government agencies, and other federal grantees. Prior to joining Feldesman Tucker, Phillip ran a practice from San Juan which spanned corporate, business, public policy, government and contract law, and included contested matters and appeals before state and federal courts. [Full Bio]

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