Reminder: Quarterly Reports Delayed on PPP/HHS Funds
If you received PPP funds or HHS Relief Funds in excess of $150,000 (per TIN), you are required to file a quarterly report to HHS. The initial quarterly reports would have been due by July 10, 2020. However, HHS delayed the quarterly reporting requirement.
HHS stated it is still working on a report containing all the necessary information required to comply with the reporting requirements. HHS will notify providers that attested to the funds of due dates and reports needed in a few weeks.
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- If any TIN receives more than $150,000 in the aggregate from both the Relief Funds and any other stature authorizing funds due to COVID-19 (ex: PPP loans), the entity must submit quarterly reports to HHS and the Pandemic Response Accountability Committee.
Where and how to submit the report
- HHS will be releasing a portal in the near future. For information on the type of documentation, additional guidance can be found here https://www.hhs.gov./provider-relief/index.html
What information is needed
- The total amount of funds received that were expended
- List of activities for which covered funds
- Estimated number of jobs retained
- New projects created as a result of receiving the funds
The information requested is likely to change once HHS releases its updated guidance.
- Continue to check the HHS website weekly for updated guidance and subscribe to our newsletters for updates.
Sources: HHS Gov