1 hour CLE credit pending with the Supreme Court of Ohio.
Earlier this month the U.S. Treasury Department issued its final rule governing the use of state, county and local government funding under the 2021 American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), the Biden administration’s signature COVID-19 relief bill. The rule finalizes government’s use of $350 billion in ARPA money set aside under a portion of the aid package known as the State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund (SLFRF).
In this webinar presented by the McDonald Hopkins Public Law Practice Group, public law attorneys Kevin Butler and Amanda Gordon will be joined by Marnie Fredrickson, Assistant Chief Deputy Auditor in Auditor of State Keith Faber’s office, to discuss appropriate uses of and accounting for SLFRF and other federal COVID-19 relief dollars that are flowing to local and regional governments.
Topics to be covered include:
- How to document expenditures
- Audit process
- Procurement for projects under SLFRF
- Project eligibility under the Final Rule
Marnie Fredrickson is the Assistant Chief Deputy Auditor for the Auditor of State’s Office, where she has proudly served the Office for more than 24 years and brings more than 17 years of large project management leadership experience. In her role at the AOS, Marnie oversees the Center for Audit Excellence, Local Government Services, Medicaid Contract Audits, and the Data & Information Technology Audit groups and assists in researching, consulting, interpreting, and implementing professional standards across the office.
Kevin Butler draws on his experience serving as in-house counsel to local governments as an advocate for and advisor to political subdivisions and private clients. He focuses on counseling government clients, businesses and individuals on zoning matters, government regulation, labor and employment law, public-official ethics and conflicts of interest, public records and open meetings, economic development and financing, real estate and land use issues and election matters.
Amanda Gordon has over 31 years of experience in the practice of public law and public finance. She maintains a statewide public finance practice and she has represented public bodies across the state including townships, cities, villages, counties, school districts, port authorities, library districts, fire districts, water and sewer districts. She has also represented the State of Ohio and other public bodies and authorities as bond counsel and special project counsel, as well as in general counseling capacities.
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