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WEBINAR: Effective Coronavirus Relief Fund Spending Strategies Under Multiple Deadline Scenarios

Event Nov 13 2020

This webinar event took place on Friday, November 13, 2020. Below is the webinar information along with the video recording to this session.

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In partnership with the California State Association of Counties (CSAC), Witt O'Brien's hosted a webinar focused on Coronavirus Relief Fund best practices and lessons learned with an emphasis on compliance, recipient/subrecipient expectations and effective spending strategies to meet the December 30 deadline. Our team also discussed how to quickly pivot and reevaluate spending plans in the event of a December 30th extension.

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WEBINAR: Effective Coronavirus Relief Fund Spending Strategies Under Multiple Deadline Scenarios


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Witt O'Brien's Presenters:

Brad Gair – Principal

Brad is internationally recognized for his leadership roles in the signature disasters of the 2000s, having served as a FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer and in other key positions for scores of disasters, emergencies and special events.

Jonathan Hoyes – National Director, Government Services

Jonathan has led field delivery of infrastructure and community assistance (Public Assistance, Individual Assistance and Mitigation programs) in all ten FEMA Regions, Puerto Rico and the United States Virgin Islands.

William Roche – Program Manager, Federal Assistance

Bill is an expert at leading programs and projects alike in various disaster planning, response and recovery operations. He has held multiple positions within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Region IX over the course of 20 years.

Matthew Erchull – Senior Consultant, Government Solutions

Matthew is a nationally recognized subject matter expert in the development of public policy, program and project management, research, and quantitative analysis focused on assisting State and local governments, NGO’s and Private Non-Profits with federally funded HUD, HHS, FEMA, DHS, EDA, DOT, DOI and DOJ grant programs. Matt leads the Witt O’Brien’s CARES Act business advising on ~$4B of Coronavirus Relief Funds.