ARPA Project and Expenditure Report Now Open for Filing
The U.S. Treasury has opened access to the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Project and Expenditure Report, including the one-time option to elect the “standard allowance.”
The U.S. Treasury opened the Project and Expenditure Report on April 1. All American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund recipients are required to file this report by April 30, 2022.
Access the ARPA Project and Expenditure Report
Non-entitlement units (NEUs) will find value in viewing the video, State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund: Compliance & Reporting Guidance for NEUs, provided by the U.S. Treasury to learn more about reporting. NEUs are generally cities with populations under 50,000.
As a reminder, the ARPA Final Rule allows a one-time opportunity to elect the “standard allowance” under the revenue loss provision of the act. This election must be made on the Project and Expenditure Report due April 30.
Remember also that there are a few tasks you must complete before submitting your Project and Expenditure Report, including setting up an account on login.gov and making sure your registration is active on SAM.gov.
- Learn more about submitting your report from the Project and Expenditure Report User Guide (pdf)
- Learn more about the State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund program from the Treasury website
- Get answers to ARPA reporting FAQs
If you have questions, contact LMC Assistant Finance Director Lisa Sova at email@example.com or the U.S. Treasury at SLFRP@treasury.gov.