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CDC's Division of Diabetes Translation E-Gov Content Inventory

The CDC's Division of Diabetes Translation (DDT) developed this inventory of content to be published on the Web site, to establish a schedule for publishing information, and make those schedules and priorities available for public comment. The purpose of the DDT Web site is to provide information based on its goals and missions.

To provide comments or suggestions on this inventory please use the Comments form.

For more information about the Web content inventory and the E-Gov Act, please visit these links:

Categories of Information

The priorities are defined as follows:

  • Priority 1: Required by law, regulation, presidential directive, or other official directive or to ensure national security.
  • Priority 2: Mission-critical and essential for program operations, but not required by law, regulation, or presidential directive (that is, information or services that are directly tied to an agency's mission and/or strategic plan).
  • Priority 3: Frequently requested information or services that would improve business processes and/or customer service to the public (e.g., most commonly used forms, documents, applications, transactions).
  • Priority 4: Other information.
PriorityCategoryPublication Target
1Privacy policy, accessibility information, and contact informationAs Needed
2Diabetes news from the Division of Diabetes Translation and the Centers for Disease Control and PreventionAs Available
2Publications and information on the prevention, control, and health burden of diabetes and its complicationsUpdated as new documents are published
2National estimates on diabetes including prevalence, incidence, complications, and diabetes costsBiennially
2Data & Trends including national surveillance data, state surveillance data, and county level estimatesAnnually
3Information on access to quality care for diabetes, early detection of undiagnosed diabetes, and effectiveness of health practices to address risk factors for diabetesUpdated as new documents are published
3Reports on cost effectiveness of diabetes prevention and control programsUpdated as new documents are published
3Information on diabetes projects, programs, and community initiativesAs Needed
3Contact information for state-based programsAnnually
3Professional resources to improve the treatment and outcomes of diabetes in individuals, families, communities, and health care systemsUpdated as new documents are published
4Information on demographic groups especially affected by diabetesAs Needed
4Related government links and resourcesAs Needed

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