In March 2020, Congress ushered through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, a $2.2 trillion stimulus package that lawmakers hoped would serve as a salve to the pandemic-beleaguered economy.
As a result, grant applicants had to act quickly to apply within the act’s deadlines, remain in compliance, and then distribute the funds. However, many of their legacy systems were largely paper-based – a major drawback when the pandemic forced agencies to work remotely.
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You’ll also explore:
- How the city of Atlanta quickly distributed COVID-related funding to places that needed it most.
- How the California Department of Housing and Community Development legacy grants management system.
- Best practices for grants management in times of crises.
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