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On March 11, President Biden signed the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARP). The plan eclipses previous stimulus packages in terms of both funding dollars and reach for state and local governments – with more than $350 billion in funding to put toward recovery. While the plan brings new opportunities for communities, it will also involve additional policy considerations and compliance requirements.

Watch our latest ARP video, featuring Public Sector Practice Leader, Vicki Hellenbrand

As state and local governments, schools and Tribes face the unprecedented opportunity to address critical community needs with ARP funding, public sector officials may be questioning where, when and how to start. Our public sector readiness checklist can help.

Download our latest infographic that outlines the State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds allocations and other American Rescue Plan funding provisions, including the eligible uses for funds.

One ARP funding provision is $3 billion to the Economic Development Administration (EDA), which will be distributed by the agency through competitive grants. Our EDA funding and grant checklist can help you apply for a grant to secure federal funding for your priority economic development projects and infrastructure needs.

Public sector ARP resources

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