Who is presumed "disproportionately impacted"?

The term "presumed disproportionately impacted" means that certain entities have already been deemed to have been disproportionately impacted by the Pandemic. Disproportionately refers to meaningfully more severe. Thus, no further analysis has to be performed. Other entities, those not deemed impacted or disproportionately impacted, will need to justify why they have been impacted or disproportionately impacted by the Pandemic in order to potentially receive the Pandemic Recovery Funds

*If Disproportionately Impacted, ALSO Impacted

Presumed Disproportionately Impacted

Households with Low-Income

Households Residing in Qualified Census Tracts (QCTs)

Households that Qualify for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Free and Reduced-Price Lunch (NSLP) and/or School Breakfast (SBP) Programs, Medicare Part D Low-Income Subsidies, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Head Start and/or Early Head Start, Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), Section 8 Vouchers, Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), or Pell Grants

Title I Eligible Schools, if Used to Address Educational Disparities

Households Receiving Services Provided by Tribal Governments

Households Residing in the U.S. Territories or Receiving Services from these Governments

Small Businesses or Nonprofits that are Operating in QCTs, Operated by Tribal Governments or are on Tribal Lands, or are Operating in the U.S. Territories

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1. What are the Pandemic Recovery Funds?
2. What is the timeline for the Pandemic Recovery Funds?
3. What if the project is unable to be completed by December 31, 2026?
4. What are the eligible use categories for the Pandemic Recovery Funds?
5. What are other eligible uses of the Pandemic Recovery Funds?
6. Are administrative expenses an eligible use of the Pandemic Recovery Funds?
7. What are direct costs and indirect administrative costs?
8. Are grants an eligible use of the Pandemic Recovery Funds?
9. Are loans an eligible use of the Pandemic Recovery Funds?
10. What does the Final Rule say about non-federal match or cost-share requirements?
11. Can Pandemic Recovery Funds be pooled with other resources?
12. Can Pandemic Recovery Funds be blended or braided with other funds?
13. What are ineligible uses of the Pandemic Recovery Funds?
14. What is a pension fund?
15. Is the funding one-time or reoccurring?
16. How will the Pandemic Recovery Funds be paid out?
17. Can the County transfer Pandemic Recovery Funds?
18. Who is a subrecipient?
19. Who is a beneficiary?
20. Who is presumed "impacted"?
21. Who is presumed "disproportionately impacted"?
22. What is a Title I Eligible School?
23. How is low-income defined?
24. How is moderate-income defined?
25. What are Qualified Census Tracts (QCTs)?
26. What are the County's priorities?
27. What is meant by "transformative"?
28. What is meant by "underserved"?
29. Are there compliance and reporting requirements?
30. What if the Pandemic Recovery Funds are used in violation of the Final Rule?