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  • Writer's pictureMaribeth Vander Weele

Review the Guide: Mandatory Compliance Reporting for ARPA SLFRP Funds

If you haven't asked yourself these questions, you could be headed for hot water:

  • Do your internal controls meet compliance standards for ARPA funding?

  • Are you collecting required programmatic data in the expenditure categories mandated by the Treasury?

  • Are you capturing your state, county, or city's processes for promoting equitable program outcomes, measuring community engagement, monitoring labor practices, and conforming to Use of Evidence guidelines?

As a condition of receiving ARPA State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF), the U.S. Department of Treasury requires recipients (and subrecipients!) to submit regular compliance reports that answer these questions, and many more.

To help you stay on top of things, we've assembled a quick guide to the "when" and "what" of your quarterly and annual SLFRF reports, including Project and Expenditures and Recovery Plan Performance.

ARPA SLFRF reporting
ARPA project and expenditure reporting
ARPA recovery plan performance reporting


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