Policy Alert: Treasury Training Session on Emergency Rental Assistance Grant

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To support Tribal governments with Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA1) grant closeout, Treasury will host a training session on how to submit the Final Report on Tuesday, January 10 at 3:00 pm ET.

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Treasury released an ERA1 Final Report Quick Guide to assist in submitting the closeout report.

  • Group A: For Tribal recipients that did not receive reallocation funding, the grant must be closed out by January 30, 2023.
    Grant closeout activities include finalizing journal entries, returning
    unused funds if applicable, and submitting the closeout report. Please
    see the ERA1 Closeout Resource for detailed information. 
  • Group B: For Tribal recipients that did receive
    reallocation funding, the next quarterly report is due for the period
    covering 10/01/2022 – 12/29/2022 on January 17, 2023. The grant must be closed out by April 28, 2023.

After the submission (or submission deadline) of the grantees’ Final
Report, Treasury will implement a closeout review of ERA1 awards, which
may include:

  • Requesting verification of closeout information from grantees
  • Sending repayment instructions to grantees
  • Engaging grantees to resolve any issues found in their Final Report
  • Initiating or furthering applicable remediation actions

 

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