What is the difference between a beneficiary and subrecipient?

Subrecipients are entities that receive a subaward from the Township of Cherry Hill to carry out a program or project on behalf of the Township.  These subrecipient awards will be provided through a combination of an application process and form of legal agreement/contract between the subrecipient and the Township. Subrecipients must comply with the applicable requirements in the Treasury’s Uniform Guidance including the treatment of eligible uses of funds, procurement, and reporting requirements, including audit pursuant to the Single Audit Act and 2 CFR 200, Subpart F.  In contrast, beneficiaries are entities that receive funds for the purpose of directly benefitting from the funds granted to combat the negative public health or economic impacts caused by the pandemic.  Beneficiaries are not subject to the same monitoring and reporting requirements of a subrecipient.

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1. If I have questions, who do I contact?
2. Who can apply for both subrecipient and direct beneficiary grants?
3. What is the maximum dollar amount that I can apply for?
4. What are eligible uses of ARPA funds?
5. What are ineligible costs?
6. What is the difference between a beneficiary and subrecipient?
7. If I received a private business loan to cover operating expenses due to COVID-19, do I need to disclose that on my application as an alternate funding source and potential duplication of benefit?
8. What is a duplication of benefit?
9. What happens if it is determined my application award would result in a duplication of benefit?
10. I am interested in submitting a bid for one or more of the infrastructure projects the RISE. Where can I find information on how to submit a bid for these projects when they are released?