Local government leaders already reeling from the negative financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic have been struggling to understand the terms and requirements of receiving, utilizing, and reporting American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding. To help make sense of the latest legislation, we’re bringing you expert guidance from Witt O’Brien’s.
Witt O’Brien’s has helped more than 80 states, local governments, and NGOs across the nation with a broad range of services centered on compliant, efficient, and expedient COVID-19 response programs. Join us on August 11 at 11 a.m. to have your questions about ARPA funding, and reporting answered.
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Matt is a nationally recognized subject matter expert whose vast federal crosscutting knowledge base enables him to deliver multi-funding strategies to key stakeholders responsible for responding to and recovery from major emergency and disaster events.
He is a foremost expert in HUD funded CDBG, HOME, NSP, and CDBG-DR programs and he has critical experience working with FEMA’s Public Assistance and Mitigation programs and knows how to deliver multi-jointed funding strategies to assist impacted communities.
Matthew joins Witt O’Brien’s after a distinguished tenure in New York serving as the Director of Research & Strategic Analysis for the state’s Superstorm Sandy recovery. He is a HUD recognized technical assistance provider for CDBG-DR, and has previously supported large-scale community redevelopment efforts in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, North Dakota, Colorado, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
As the product manager and subject matter expert for CivicRec, Brian is primarily responsible for ensuring our parks and recreation clients are fully leveraging all the flexible features and modern functionality offered by our local government recreation management software. Brian stays immersed in the trends and technologies impacting parks and recreation departments so that he can serve as a critical link between the CivicRec product development and service delivery teams to ensure our product continues to evolve as the needs of local government evolve. Brian earned a Master of Business Administration degree in Management from Western International University.