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Instructions for IDIS CDBG-CV Cash on Hand Quarterly Report Now Available

The Instructions for IDIS CDBG-CV Cash on Hand Quarterly Report provides guidance to Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) grantees on reporting requirements for the CDBG-CV Cash on Hand Quarterly Report. The CARES Act requires that a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) grantee submit the Federal Financial Report (FFR)/Standard Form 425 (SF-425) quarterly for its CDBG-CV funds. With Integrated Disbursement and Information System (IDIS) Release 11.24, a new screen has been developed to require CDBG-CV grantees to enter required cash on hand information for the SF-425. Entitlement Communities, Insular Areas, and non-Entitlement Counties in Hawaii under the CDBG-CV Program are required to submit an IDIS CDBG-CV Cash on Hand report to HUD each quarter.

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