Yes, a signature by an authorized district signatory who is authorized to sign grant vouchers is still required on the summary page when submitting grant vouchers to the SCC. If an original handwritten signature or an image of the authorized signatory’s handwritten signature can’t be applied to the document, an authentic electronic signature can be applied. Common tools for applying an electronic signature include Adobe Fill & Sign or DocuSign. Please notify and work with your Regional Manager if you’re struggling with getting an authorized signature on the summary page.
Yes, having an estimate of costs and impacts will be important in the event that financial relief programs become available.