While there is a broad definition for how state and local governments may apply their funding, the deadline to obligate investments is December 31, 2024. In other words, the money must be dedicated to an approved spending objective, even if the implementation or service occurs later.
To help your government map and prioritize its funding allocations on sustainable, high-return processes, wehave invited the i3 Verticals community to exclusively hear from MGT Consulting, a national consulting firm focused on public finances, cybersecurity and policy analysis. “A Public Sector Briefing: Coronavirus State and Local Recovery Funds” – will explore the following:
- The scope of the “State and Local Coronavirus Fiscal Recovery Fund”
- The facts you need to ensure your government entity is compliant with federal guidelines when exercising its funds
- Long-Term and high return investments in crisis-resistant tech
- Prioritizing process inefficiencies
- Accommodating a more secure, compliant remote workforce
- Your Q&A
Meet Your Host: MGT Consulting
On a mission to “improve lives by advancing and lifting up your community,” MGT Consulting is comprised of nationally respected leaders in management consulting, Financial Solutions and technology services who help professionals from an array of industries enhance, transform, and sustain a higher quality of life for citizens and communities their clients serve. As partners of the public sector, MGT Consulting transforms public sector organizations into responsive engines dedicated to achieving sustainable results. How? By enhanced revenue generation through fee studies, cost allocation, grant management strategies, state/federal claiming and rate setting. MGT also provides solutions unique to education, human resources and technology. MGT offers other technology and equity solutions: reducing data and security risks, and recommending executable, social equity plans, policies and processes.