Navigate the complexity of federal CARES Act reporting quickly and easily


Many organizations that have received funds based on provisions in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) will be facing federal funds reporting requirements beginning as early as July. This reporting will put additional stress on already taxed and thin teams. The many challenges to fulfilling the requirements include subawardee reporting, specific project activity and results reporting, and inconsistent data collection methods. Most of the required data exists, but it takes a great deal of time to gather and organize it within the complexity of your organization and the organizations of your subawardees. 

In response to this upcoming need for covered recipients to report federal funds received through the CARES Act, Crowe has developed the Crowe CARES Act Reporting Tool. This tool makes it easy for you and your team to track, manage, consolidate, and report how CARES Act money is being spent and who is spending it. 

The Crowe CARES Act Reporting Tool can be up and running within one to two weeks. Leveraging out-of-the-box Microsoft functionality, the tool allows you to import various types of data for consolidation from day one. By automating the tracking process, you and your team can easily manage all of the required reporting on one platform, in a secure environment. 

During this webinar, we will review federal CARES Act reporting requirements and demonstrate how this tool can help you: 

  • Track and organize all awards and subawards 
  • Easily monitor nonreporting subrecipients at all levels 
  • Securely collect and report all required data 
  • Automatically upload final reports to 

Don’t miss this opportunity to prepare. Sign up today for this timely webinar to learn valuable information, understand key steps, and see the tool in action.

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