REGISTRATION OPEN: Overview of Treasury’s Final Rule and Reporting Portal Training Webinar

Wednesday, March 23, 2022 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

ARPA 2021

Treasury’s final rule for ARPA funds becomes effective on April 1st and the first report for NEU’s quickly follows on April 30th. As an “NEU,” once a year, you are required to submit Project and Expenditure reports, which includes project, obligation, and expenditure data, project demographics, subaward data, required programmatic data, and Civil Right compliance information. The first reporting deadline for NEUs is April 30, 2022, and covers the period between March 3, 2021 and March 31, 2022.

Take steps now to prepare for this first report! Under ARPA’s final rule, cities and towns have far greater flexibility in eligible uses of funds and greater simplification on how they can spend these dollars.

Join NHMA’s Government Finance Advisor Katherine Heck who will review these changes and clarifications in the final rule and walk members through the Treasury’s reporting portal and resources.

NHMA encourages all members to access the Treasury Portal as soon as possible in order to confirm their accounts, designate SLFRF reporting roles, and submit the required agreements and supporting documentation to Treasury prior to the submission of the first Project and Expenditure Report.