April 30 Deadline and SLFRF: Prepare Now!

All prime recipients (counties, metro cities, NEUs) are required to submit a SLFRF Project and Expenditure Report on April 30, 2022.

Last week, the U.S. Department of Treasury released the Project and Expenditure Report and associated User Guide to be used by recipients of the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF), authorized by the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.  Recipients are required to report data for the period of March 3, 2021 to March 31, 2022.  The due date for submitting this report is April 30, 2022.

The Project and Expenditure Report requires the reporting of items including projects, obligations and expenditure data, and subaward data, as well as certain required programmatic data. Below are the links access Treasury’s portal and the newly released Project and Expenditure Report:

A Project and Expenditure Report User Guide with step-by-step instructions for submitting the report is posted on the www.treasury.gov/SLFRPReporting webpage and is linked below. This user guide also includes a frequently asked questions section to address common reporting concerns. To access the step-by-step instructions in the User Guide, please click: here.

Step-by-Step Recorded Webinars
Treasury has also posted a series of recorded webinars with step-by-step instructions to assist recipients in their submission. Treasury plans to post additional webinars to assist recipients in understanding and complying with relevant reporting requirements. To access the step-by-step recorded webinars, please click on the title of each webinar below:

  • Account Creation and Login: Creation of account in Treasury’s Portal through ID.me or Login.gov
  • User Roles: Assignment and updates of user roles in Treasury’s Portal
  • Bulk Uploads: Overview of submitting bulk uploads in Treasury’s Portal
  • NEU Intro to Reporting: Account Creation, Roles, and Agreements/Supporting Docs Submission (NEU specific)

Online System Access
To access Treasury’s Portal for the first time and designate any reporting roles, new users must first register with Login.gov. New users should use the following link: https://portal.treasury.gov/compliance.

Users who have previously registered through ID.me and previously submitted a compliance report may continue to access Treasury’s Portal through that method. The following link should be used if you have already registered through ID.me: https://portal.treasury.gov/cares/s/slt. Note, using ID.me is NOT a requirement for reporting.

If you have not previously registered with ID.me, you should register through Login.gov. The following link provides additional information for Login.gov registration.  

After your account has been created and verified, you will be redirected to Treasury’s State, Local, and Tribal Support portal to log in, confirm your roles and provide your SLFRF information.  For best site performance, it is recommended that you use Google Chrome.

Section I of the User Guide provides additional details as to how to designate roles.

Additional Resources
Below is a list of the most up-to-date resources:

For more information
To access reporting materials and learn more about the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds, authorized by the American Rescue Plan Act, please visit Treasury’s Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds website.

If you have questions or need additional information, please send an email to SLFRP@treasury.gov.