The Paycheck Protection Program requires applicants to demonstrate they have considered leveraging "other sources of liquidity," but the Treasury Department has not clarified what that means, AGC CEO Stephen Sandherr writes. "The lack of clarity is a source of concern because contractors performing public work are generally required to obtain surety bonds to guarantee that they have the means to complete the project," he writes.
Commentary: PPP liquidity requirement is unclear
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