EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT: COVID-19 resources to navigate FEMA’s Public Assistance Funding
CohnReznick’s Emergency Management professionals are industry leaders in providing state and local governments with tools and services to maximize, and expedite, FEMA Public Assistance (PA) funding in times of crisis. As the COVID-19 crisis presents a unique set of circumstances, we have provided tailored resources to explain what PA funding is available and the associated parameters of the funding.
On-Demand Webinar: Making COVID-19 Public Assistance Funding Work for You
Join this webinar discussion that provided stakeholders with practical insights and best practices to manage and leverage all federal funding for the COVID-19 response.
FEMA Public Assistance funding available for COVID-19 response
The declaration of a national emergency in response to COVID-19 means that certain state and local government costs will be reimbursable under the FEMA PA Program. Learn more about the program and what types of activities may qualify in this article.
FEMA Public Assistance & COVID-19 cost reimbursement
To qualify for federal reimbursement, PA funding applicants must strictly adhere to certain requirements. We’ve provided some tips to help you ensure your costs qualify.
FEMA Public Assistance expedited funding – What you need to know for COVID-19 aid
To address the need for quicker funding in extraordinary circumstances, FEMA allows applicants to apply for expedited funding for “Emergency Work.” This article provides what you need to know about requesting an expedited project.
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