Federal Assistance e311
A collaboration between Bloomberg Philanthropies and the U.S. Conference of Mayors helping cities identify, obtain, and retain federal funding for COVID recovery and response efforts and infrastructure investments.
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On Wednesday, May 25th, the Federal Assistance e311 Program, a partnership between Bloomberg Philanthropies and the United States Conference of Mayors, hosted a webinar on Strategies for Selecting Community Partners to Receive ARP Funds.
On Thursday, June 30th, the Federal Assistance e311 Program, a partnership between Bloomberg Philanthropies and the United States Conference of Mayors, will be hosting a webinar on Strategies for Using ARPA Funds to Boost Municipal Capacity.
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We recently held a workshop on compliance and reporting requirements for recipients of federal funds, particularly State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds.
The workshop featured several Inspectors General from federal agencies discussing common pitfalls and good practices for audit submissions and preventing fraud, waste and abuse. Panelists included representatives from the Departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and Treasury.
We recently held a workshop on Leveraging Multiple Federal Funding Sources for COVID Response and Recovery: When/what funds to use.
This workshop featured panels on funding available for two key topics: (1) health and well-being in schools and (2) water infrastructure projects and water affordability programs. Panelists included representation from the Department of Education, FEMA, CDC, EPA, Treasury, USDA, and ACF HHS.