The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and Section 3610 of the CARES Act both focus on helping businesses pay their employees. The CARES Act prohibits "double-dipping" — meaning that a contractor may not be paid twice for the same incurred cost. In early June, the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020 (Flexibility Act) was signed into law, providing additional flexibility to PPP borrowers in several key areas and bringing more questions than answers for contractors on how to use the funds. Join us to hear KatzAbosch Government Contracting Service team leaders review and discuss the new PPP “Flexibility Act” changes, how it relates to section 3610 and strategies to help with compliance. Learning objectives: Identify the key areas of change issued from the PPP Flexibility Act, review section 3610 and how to use it if you have PPP funds and attain strategies to mitigate the risks inherent in operating during this unprecedented and evolving environment. Watch Government Contracting Webinar: Paycheck Protection Flexibility Act and 3610 – What You Need To Know Now Please, fill out the form below to gain access to the webinar. Name* Email* PhoneTitle Company Industry CommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Δ Obtain this pre-recorded webinar to review and discuss the new PPP “Flexibility Act” changes, how it relates to section 3610 and strategies to help with compliance.