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Pre-Contracting for Non-Entitlement Units (NEUs)

Part 1 of a four-part series details what non-entitlement municipalities can do to prepare for contracting with the State to receive Local Fiscal Recovery Funds. Policy Analyst Nate Halubka introduces and explains the NCPRO Pre-Contracting Checklist and how non-entitled municipalities can obtain a DUNS number and register it with SAM.gov.
In Part 2, Policy Analyst Nate Halubka discusses what non-entitlement municipalities should NOT do when preparing and submitting W-9 and Electronic Payment forms. Following these instructions will help non-entitled municipalities ensure they receive funds without delays from forms needing to be resubmitted.
Part 3 of this four-part series covers important internal processes that non-entitlement municipalities can attend to up front to ensure efficient and accurate receipt of Local Fiscal Recovery Funds. Policy Analyst Nate Halubka explains how the NCPRO Pre-Contracting Checklist can guide non-entitled municipalities in these important processes.
The concluding Part 4 of our series details how to submit pre-contracting documents to NCPRO. Policy Analyst Nate Halubka includes tips for navigating the online Smartsheets format.

PROtalks & Resources for Non-Entitlement Units

In this PROtalk, Policy Analyst Nate Halubka addresses some frequently asked questions about the pre-contracting process for non-entitlement units.
In this PROtalk, Policy Analyst Nate Halubka highlights ten key dates NEUs should keep in mind for accessing and administering their Local Fiscal Recovery Funds.
In this PROtalk, Policy Analyst Nate Halubka provides updates and reviews eligible expenses for Local Fiscal Recovery Funds.
In this PROtalk, Policy Analyst Nate Halubka provides a roadmap for NEUs recovering lost revenue.

Timeline & Eligible Uses for Local Fiscal Recovery Funds

Please view the 10 Key Dates for NEUs infographic for the timeline of accessing and administering Local Fiscal Recovery Funds.

10 Key Dates for NEUs

Please view the Eligible Uses for Local Fiscal Recovery Fund infographic for information on eligible and allowable uses of these funds.

Eligible Uses for Local Fiscal Recovery Funds

Please view the Local Fiscal Recovery Funds and Revenue Loss infographic for each step in navigating revenue loss.

Local Fiscal Recovery Funds & Revenue Loss

State & Local Fiscal Recovery Funds Information

ARPA authorized more than $8.8 billion in State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF) to be disbursed in North Carolina. Check out a breakdown of where this funding is heading.

SLFRF Funding Totals

Local governments with little or no full-time staff, and few residents, face a different and unique set of choices when planning Local Fiscal Recovery Fund (LFRF) expenditures. This infographic covers some of the ways the smallest Non-Entitlement Units (NEUs) of government in North Carolina can make use of LFRF with eligible and effective spending.

Small Towns & LFRF

This is an introduction to what nonprofits and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) need to know about State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds in North Carolina.

Nonprofits/NGOs & SLFRF

Qualified Census Tracts Information

Qualified Census Tracts (QCTs) play an important role in Local Fiscal Recovery Funds, but how much do you know about them? This is a broad overview of QCTs that provides a historical and practical context for how they can factor into a local government’s LFRF spending.

Qualified Census Tracts Overview

Treasury’s Interim Final Rule includes many explicitly listed uses of Local Fiscal Recovery Funds in relation to Qualified Census Tracts. We’ve compiled them all in one place for you. This list is non-exhaustive but is a great place to see what Treasury specifically includes as eligible expenses.

Qualified Census Tracts Eligible Expenses

Some uses of Local Fiscal Recovery Funds are only eligible when funding services and programs in Qualified Census Tracts, or to residents living in QCTs. Check out a breakdown of some of these uses unique to QCTs within LFRF to learn more about the possibilities.

Qualified Census Tracts Unique Uses

Grant Agreement Basics for Non-Entitlement Units (NEUs) PROtalk and Presentation Slides:

In this PROtalk, NCPRO Policy Analyst Nate Halubka goes over basic information about grant agreements for NEUs following the pre-contracting phase for receiving their Local Fiscal Recovery Funds. Watch the PROtalk or view the presentation slides.

View the presentation slides for the PROtalk on Grant Agreement Basics for NEUs.

10 Tips for a Great CRF Attachment F

In this PROtalk, Policy Analyst Nate Halubka reviews the CRF Attachment F form, the form to help close out funds, and provides tips for submitting a comprehensive summary of funds utilizing the Attachment F form. You can also view the CRF Close Out infographic for more information.

CRF Close Out Infographic

US Treasury FAQs on Emergency Rental Assistance

January 21, 2021 NCPRO Presentation Slides on the US Treasury FAQs for Emergency Rental Assistance

Contact Us

If you are a CARES Act or ARP Act fund recipient with questions about funding, guidance, reporting, or resources, please email the North Carolina Pandemic Recovery Office or call us at (984) 236-0795.

Email NCPRO

If you are looking for personal financial assistance due to the pandemic or have questions about the HOPE program, please visit ReBuild NC's HOPE Program page or call 888-927-5467.

HOPE Program

Report Fraud Hotline

Fraudulent activities should always be reported to your local law enforcement office. The following is additional information on how specific types of fraud complaints or cases of suspected fraud can be submitted to state agencies.

Report Misuse of Coronavirus Relief Funds