The Federal Emergency Management Agency deadline is Dec. 31 for applicants to submit funding requests and related documentation to the Public Assistance program at the 100% Federal cost share for COVID-19 emergency work activities performed through July 1, 2022. Applicants must submit their Project Application by Dec. 31 or request a time extension. Separate applications are required for work performed on or after July 2. More information about these deadlines is available in FEMA’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic: Public Assistance Programmatic Deadlines Policy.  

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