Public Safety and Public Health Payroll Reimbursement Program

Public Safety and Public Health Payroll
Reimbursement Program (PSPHPR)

Program Description

The program was created to reimburse for eligible public safety and public health payroll expenditures under section 5001 of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, Public Law 116‐136. Eligible applicants that received a direct allocation under section 5001 of the CARES Act are limited in the amount of funds they can request (see eligible applicants below).

Eligible Expenditures

 

Program Details

  • Eligible Applicants
    • Cities
      • Detroit is limited to requesting a reimbursement for the amount the city has refunded (with nonfederal funds) a local unit of government, local governmental authority, or intergovernmental agency which the city has contracted with to provide public safety or public health services. The amount the city could apply for would be limited to the eligible contracted payroll costs refunded.
    • Villages
    • Townships
    • Counties
      • Kent, Macomb, Oakland, and Wayne are limited to requesting a reimbursement for the amount the county has refunded (with nonfederal funds) a local unit of government, local governmental authority, or intergovernmental agency which the county has contracted with to provide public safety or public health services. The amount the county could apply for would be limited to the eligible contracted payroll costs refunded.
    • A local government authority, intergovernmental agency, or organization that employs local public safety or local public health personnel and that was established by a city, village, township, county, or group thereof for the primary purpose of providing public safety or public health services.

  • Available Program Amount
    • $200,000,000

  • Application Period
    • Round One
      • Due on or before August 7, 2020

  • Distributions
    • Round One
      • 50% of Amounts Requested (cap $5.0M) - September 18
      • Remaining Awarded Funding - Early December 

Reporting Requirements

  • Each eligible applicant that applies for a subaward must register with the Federal System for Award Management (SAM). Applicants that apply after July 26, 2020, must register in the SAM system prior to sending an application to the Michigan Department of Treasury.
  • Application Packet with each page initialed and dated along with all the required signatures.

Application Packet

Federal System for Award Management (SAM)

Visit SAM

Federal CARES Act State Distribution Information

View Federal CARES Act Distribution Methodology

View Federal CARES Act Payments to States and Eligible Units of Local Government

Contact

Revenue Sharing and Grants Division