Federal COVID-19 Funding Report July 31, 2020

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Federal COVID-19 Funding Received by Nevada: July 31, 2020In response to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) global pandemic, federal funding support was developed to assist states responding to local needs to combat the effects of COVID-19 both from a health and safety perspective as well as economic support. The Families First Coronavirus Response Act was signed on March 18, 2020 to assist states by providing funding through existing federal programs. To date, Nevada has received approximately $65 million through the Families First Act.The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed into law on March 27, 2020, and provides funds through existing federal programs as well as aid provided directly to state and local government, individuals, businesses and other entities in order to address new gaps due to COVID19 in health response, economic support to businesses, food security and education that were not addressed in the Families First Act. To date, approximately $13.9 billion has been directed into Nevada through CARES from federal agencies, including $1.25 billion in direct assistance to state and local governments, although the use of these funds to replace lost state or local revenue is expressly prohibited. Additional funding under the CARES Act is anticipated, but has not yet been disbursed for certain programs, including for example, unemployment assistance. Other federal legislation directing COVID-19 relief to states includes the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act, which provides emergency funding for public health and health care, and the Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act that expanded funding for small businesses, hospitals, community and rural health centers, as well as additional funding for testing and contact tracing to support reopening businesses and the economy while continuing to be vigilant about protecting the public.Nevada has prioritized the COVID-19 response to support the health and wellbeing of Nevadans and to address the financial hardship that many have faced due to COVID-19 related business closures. The Nevada Grant Office is tracking federal COVID-19 funding awarded to or received by any Nevada recipient from many information sources; this information, including categorization determined by the Nevada Grant Office, is subject to change. Questions and comments regarding this report should be sent to grants@admin..Federal COvid-19 Funding by CategoryFUNDING(THOUSANDS)NUMBER OF AWARDSArts & Culture$1,4563Economic Relief/Development$11,759,94317Education$217,9545Food Assistance$111,3845Healthcare$183,07543Housing$73,6729Public Safety$11,5762Transportation$392,7513Unemployment Relief$2,559,2667Disaster Response$1,385,4518Other$4,4971Grand Total (in thousands)$16,701,025103Federal Covid-19 Funding by TypeFUNDING(THOUSANDS)NUMBER OF AWARDSContract$60,5101Direct Payment $5,682,14315Grant$1,019,96882Loan $6,671,6044Other Federal Funding$3,266,8002Grand Total (in thousands)$16,701,025104Federal COVID-19 Funding by BillFUNDING(THOUSANDS)%Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act?(CARES Act)$13,934,95983.4%Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2020$7,9760.0%Families First Coronavirus Response Act$65,0240.4%Multiple Bills$1,983,09811.9%Other$617,7863.7%Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act$92,1820.6%Grand Total (in thousands)$16,701,025100.0%nevada’s coronavirus relief fundsThe U.S. Department of Treasury appropriated a total of $1.25 billion to Nevada from the Coronavirus Relief Fund (established by section 5001 of the CARES Act). A portion of the State’s total allotment was reserved for local governments that have a population in excess of 500,000. As a result, approximately $295 million was directly allocated to Clark County and an additional $118.9 million was directly allocated to the City of Las Vegas. The State of Nevada received $836 million of which a certain amount may be paid to local governments.FUNDING(THOUSANDS)Nevada's Total Appropriation $1,250,000State of Nevada$836,051 Approved Allocations$414,566 COVID-19 Statewide?Epidemiology, Laboratory and Contact Tracing Programs$85,007 COVID-19 Statewide?Residential?Rental Program$30,000 COVID-19?Commercial Rental Assistance Program$20,000 COVID-19?Education Grants (AB 3, 31st?Special Session)$50,000 COVID-19?Food Security Program$8,491 COVID-19?WIC?Home?Delivery Program$3,115 Distribution?to?Local Governments?outside Clark?County$148,551 SNAP Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer$849 Statewide COVID-19?PPE, Testing, Contact Tracing$68,553 Uncommitted Funding as of July 30, 2020$ 421,485Clark County$295,005 Approved Allocations$294,900 Coordinated Test Sites$13,300 Distribution to Boulder City$1,500 Distribution to Henderson$29,600 Distribution to Mesquite$2,200 Distribution to North Las Vegas$23,800 Economic Recovery Programs$13,500 Elections$4,500 Emergency Medical Care$18,100 Emergency Operations Center$3,100 Human Services Programs$121,500 IT Infrastructure and Equipment$6,200 Municipal Building Modifications$8,200 Municipal Business License$2,500 Municipal Safety/Workers' Comp/Unemployment$5,300 Personal Protection Equipment$8,100 Regional Building Modifications$7,900 Rehabilitation Care$3,400 Safety/Workers' Comp/Unemployment$5,300 University Medical Center$16,000 Vehicles$900 Uncommitted Funding as of July 7, 2020$105Las Vegas$118,944 Approved Allocations$118,900Business Preparedness Grants$4,000 City Facility Improvements$3,000 Homeless Isolation and Quarantine Complex$2,000 Non-Public Safety Personnel$9,800 Other Allowable COVID-19 Expenditures$1,400 Personal Protective Equipment$500 Public Safety Payroll$97,200 Testing$1,000 Uncommitted Funding as of May 20, 2020$44Federal COVID-19 Funding by Program Name and Category with Bill informationFUNDING(THOUSANDS)CARESFamilies FirstCoronavirus Preparedness and ResponsePaycheck Protection ProgramMultiple BillsOtherArts & Culture$1,456FY20 CARES Act Stabilization Funding$736XGrants to States- Libraries$278XNEA Coronavirus Aid Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, FY 2020$442XDisaster Response$1,385,451Contract Spending for Pandemic Relief$60,510XCoronavirus Relief Fund-State and Local$1,250,000XEmergency Food and Shelter Program$2,464XEmergency Performance Management Grant$1,307XImmediate Services Program, Crisis Counseling$654XNational Guard Title 32 requests$24,568XPublic Assistance Grant Program$18,418XPublic Assistance Grant Program- Category B$27,530XEconomic Relief/Development$11,759,943CARES Act Recovery Assistance grant$3,300XCommodity Assistance Program$16,057XEconomic Impact Payments$2,559,295XEconomic Injury Disaster Loans$1,688,084XEconomic Injury Disaster Loans Advance$216,039XFY 2020 EDA Public Works and Economic Adjustment Assistance Programs including CARES Act Funding$400XMedicare Accelerated and Advanced Payments$617,132XMunicipal Liquidity Facility$2,016,800XNIST MEP National Emergency Assistance Program (NEAP)$311XPaycheck Protection Program$4,150,349XProvider Relief Funds- General Allocations$241,472XProvider Relief Funds- High-Impact (Rounds 1&2)$67,432XProvider Relief Funds- Rural (Rounds 1&2)$57,261XProvider Relief Funds- Safety Net Hospitals$60,908XProvider Relief Funds- Safety Net Hospitals, Adult Acute Care$47,480XProvider Relief Funds- Skilled Nursing Facilities$17,498XUniversity Center Economic Development CARES Act Recovery Assistance$125XEducation$217,954Education Stabilization Fund - Elementary and Secondary Education $117,185XEducation Stabilization Fund - Higher Education $70,350XEducation Stabilization Fund- FIPSE, Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund- Unmet Needs$809XGovernor's Emergency Education Relief Fund (GEER-Fund)$26,477XHigher Education Fund - HBCUs/MSIs$3,133XFood Assistance$111,384Child Nutrition Programs$54,919XEmergency Food Assistance Program (CARES Act)$4,236XEmergency Food Assistance Program (Families First)$3,764XPandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer$849XSupplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Emergency Allotments$47,616XHealthcare$183,075Aging and Disability Resource Center/No Wrong Door System: Critical Relief Funds for COVID-19 Pandemic Response$910XArea Health Education Centers Program$95XCDC - Public Health Data Surveillance and Infrastructure Modernization$7,259XCDC - State and Local Preparedness Grants$1,886XCenters for Independent Living$941XChild Care and Development Block Grant$32,926XCommunity Health Centers$6,769XXCommunity Health Centers- Expanding Capacity for Coronavirus Testing$2,399XCommunity Services Block Grant$1,372XEducation and Prevention Grants to Reduce Sexual Abuse of Runaway, Homeless and Street Youth$15XELC Infection Control Training$928XEmergency Grants to Address Mental and Substance Use Disorders During COVID-19 (FG 20-006)$1,936XEpidemiology and Lab Capacity for Testing$88,992XFamily Violence Prevention and Services$318XFFY 2020 Title IV-E Adoption Assistance$812XGeriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program$181XHead Start $2,637XHospital Preparedness$2,408XInfluenza Season Early Preparedness$1,280XLow Income Home Energy Assistance$8,113XOlder Americans Act Caregivers Support$855XOlder Americans Act Home Delivered Meals$4,165XOlder Americans Act Ombudsman$174XOlder Americans Act Supportive Services$1,736XOlder Americans Act Title II, Part C2, Home Meals$1,388XOlder Americans Act Title III, Part C1, Congregated Meals$694XPublic Health Emergency Response:? Cooperative Agreement for Emergency Response: Public Health Crisis Response (#2)$6,533XRegistered Nurses in Primary Care Training Program$79XRunaway and Homeless Youth Program$40XRural Health Clinics- COVID-19 Testing$791XRyan White HIV/AIDS- Part A$277XRyan White HIV/AIDS- Part B$193XRyan White HIV/AIDS Part C$209XRyan White HIV/AIDS Part D, Coordinated Services and Access to Research for Women, Infants, Children, and Youth$49XSAMHSA Tribal Behavioral Health Supplemental$292XSmall Rural Hospital Improvements $1,096XSpecial Programs for the Aging, Title VI, Part A, Grants to Indian Tribes, Part B, Grants to Native Hawaiians$29XStephanie Tubbs Jones Child Welfare Services Program Child Welfare Services$446XTelehealth Initiatives$1,757XTransitional Living for Homeless Youth$95XHousing$73,672Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)- Round 1, 2, 3 Local$11,468XCommunity Development Block Grant- State Round 1, 2, & 3$12,013XEmergency Solutions Grants (ESG)- LOCAL$32,395XEmergency Solutions Grants (ESG)- STATE$7,828XHousing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS$341XNative American Programs$4,590XPublic Housing Operating Fund $2,066XSection 811 Housing for Persons with Disabilities $368XTenant-Based Rental Assistance$2,603XOther$4,497Election Security Grants$4,497XPublic Safety$11,5762020 Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding Allocations - LOCAL$4,191X2020 Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding Allocations- STATE$7,385XTransportation$392,751Federal Aviation Administration, Airport Improvement Program$231,448XFederal Transit Administration, Transit Infrastructure Grants (Nonurbanized)$21,789XFederal Transit Administration, Transit Infrastructure Grants (Urbanized)$139,514XUnemployment Relief$2,559,266Dislocated Worker National Reserve $7,508XFederal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC)$2,177,539XPandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC)$19,280XPandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) Payments$343,189XShort-Term Compensation$1,066XUnemployment Insurance (Base)$5,342XUnemployment Insurance (Supplemental)$5,342XGrand Total (in thousands)$16,701,025 ................
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