(Recorded Webinar) Effective Subrecipient Monitoring for States and Local Government Recipients of the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund
This webinar is Part 2 of 3 of the Complex Grant Issues for Recipients and Subrecipients of Treasury’s State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund webinar series. To purchase the full series at a discounted rate, click here.
Recipients of the State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund, created under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (Public Law 117-2), may provide critically needed pandemic response and recovery services directly or by making subawards to nonprofits and other private sector subrecipients. Recipients may obligate SLFRF funds through the end of 2024. Program rules require recipients to manage and monitor their subrecipients to ensure compliance with SLFRF award conditions.
Join us for this specialized continuation of our SLFRF program compliance series. In this one-hour webinar, we will review the latest guidance on funding subawards with SLFRF funds, key subaward compliance requirements and effective subrecipient monitoring and collaboration.
- 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
After this webinar, you will be able to:
- Understand effective subaward formation considerations
- Review key subrecipient risk assessment and mitigation
- Discuss strategies for effective subrecipient monitoring and remediation of subrecipient deficiencies
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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