This credit just got a whole lot better so don’t stop reading because you decided this credit was not valuable for you. First, if you have not applied for your PPP loan, projections are that that money will run out
You CAN continue spending CARES Act funds into next fiscal year!
On April 16, the Office of Independent Living Programs, Administration for Community Living, indicated they would provide a one-time, 12-month No Cost Extension automatically for some of its grants to Centers, specifically to the CARES Act and Independent Living Services
Are you ready for the increased costs of a financial compliance audit?
John Heveron gave you some tips a few weeks ago on preparing for your financial audit. Just a reminder — if you spent $750,000 or more in federal funds last fiscal year, or will this fiscal year, you are required
Let’s talk about the new funding focused on vaccination
You had until April 23, 2021 to submit a letter to ACL to indicate if you want the funds, or if you choose to decline them. The next task — how will you use those funds on COVID-19 vaccine efforts?
What about the COVID-19 Vaccine funds will assist Part B centers?
As with the CARES Act funds, the new Vaccine Access funding from the CDC will be given to centers that are direct grantees (Centers for Independent Living funding through Part C of Title VII of the Rehabilitation Act) from ACL.