For the duration of the outbreak, you can reference this page for important information and updates related to the COVID-19 outbreak and recovery. We will periodically be adding to and reorganizing these resources; the latest addition took place on September 23, 2021.
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September 10, 2021
A new order from President Biden requires federal employers with more than 100 employees to have employees vaccinated for COVID-19 or tested at least once a week. The order applies only to nonprofits that are official contractors or subcontractors, not those that simply receive federal grants. See the order.
September 3, 2021
Mauldin & Jenkins explain new SBA guidance intended to streamline forgiveness for smaller PPP loans.
Jones and Kolb explain the new IRS guidelines for the Employee Retention Credit.
April 19, 2021
Smith & Howard have a guide to the newly-available Shuttered Venue Operator Grants program, showing you how to get a part of the $16.25 billion apportioned for venues severely impacted by COVID-19.
The Georgia Chamber has a helpful summary of the Governor’s executive order from August 31 addressing the ongoing public health emergency.
The just-passed PPP Flexibility Act aims to make loan forgiveness easier. Changes outlined in this article from Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta; Mauldin & Jenkins has a more detailed explanation here.
Gov. Kemp signed a new protective measures order permitting gatherings of 25 people (up from 10). Find more details in the reopening resource doc.
Nonprofit University (NU) courses will be offered online until further notice due to COVID-19.
GCN is actively monitoring information from the CDC and health department, and we understand that the situation is fluid. We plan to post updates and be in contact with any changes regarding rescheduling or moving additional classes to remote sessions.
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