Grantee Resources

After an application is approved for funding, grantees work with ARC staff to successfully manage and implement their project. Post-award requirements involve the timely submission of reports and other documents that review key project activities and facilitate financial exchange. The forms, manuals, and other resources necessary for successful management of ARC-funded non-construction projects are below.

For the management of construction grants, ARC operates in partnership with federal and state agencies under a Memorandum of Understanding. As such, construction project grantees must adhere to post-award management and reporting requirements specific to the agency overseeing their grant’s administration. Please contact your basic agency for more information.     

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ARC Project Guidelines

The guidelines set forth the criteria for approval of ARC projects reflecting the requirements of the Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965 (ARDA), as amended, the ARC Code, and the provisions of the ARC Strategic Plan.

Grant Reporting Overview

This video overview gives guidance to grantees on how to navigate ARC’s reporting tools on ARCnet, ARC’s current Grants Management System. Reports are used to communicate project activity, progress, and budgetary needs and spending for ARC funded projects, and are required for grants to remain active, to stay in compliance…