Important ARPA Reporting Update from US Treasury

March 23rd, 2022

You should have received the following email from US Treasury.  
Dear State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds Non-Entitlement Unit of Local Government Recipient: 
This email contains information about the recording of a webinar for non-entitlement units of local government (NEU), how to submit required documents, and additional information about reporting. 

Recorded WebinarTreasury hosted a webinar on March 21, 2022 to share more information about the SLFRF program and related NEU reporting requirements.
·         The recorded webinar is located at this link:
·         The presentation shared during the webinar is located at this link:

Available Now: Online System Access and Submission of NEU Agreements/Documentation
As an NEU, you are currently required to submit the following:
  • NEU Agreements and Supporting Documents – signed awards terms, signed civil rights compliance form, and budget documents.  (These are the documents you provided to DCED.)
Treasury encourages all NEU recipients to access the Treasury Portal as soon as possible in order to confirm their accounts, designate SLFRF reporting roles, and submit the required agreements and supporting documentation to Treasury prior to the submission of the first Project and Expenditure Report.
To assist recipients with logging into Treasury’s Portal, confirm accounts and submit the required agreements/documents, the following resources as available:
·NEU User Guide
·NEU Intro to Reporting-

Coming Soon: April Project and Expenditure Report
Please note that NEUs will be required to submit a Project and Expenditure Report in April. The first reporting deadline for NEUs to submit the Project and Expenditure Report is April 30, 2022, and will cover the period between March 3, 2021 and March 31, 2022. The Project and Expenditure Report will become available to complete approximately 30 days before the deadline. 

Before the Project and Expenditure Report is due, Treasury will also provide a detailed User Guide and post a recorded webinar to help recipients enter their information into Treasury’s Portal.
Further information on reporting requirements for NEUs can be found in the Compliance and Reporting Guidance.
Treasury looks forward to working with you to ensure the continued success of the program. If you have questions or need additional information, please send an email via
Office of Recovery Programs
U.S. Department of the Treasury