In accordance with the Budget Control Act of 2011, a series of spending cuts, called sequestration, will cancel approximately $85 billion in budgetary resources across the Federal government for the remainder of the Federal fiscal year. A notification to CDC partners about Contracts and Grants funding is now available. For more information about the impact of sequestration on CDC activities, please see Sequester Impacts and FAQs.
Working Capital Fund (WCF)
In FY 2012, CDC received authorization to establish a Working Capital Fund (WCF) in FY 2014. A WCF is a revolving fund that allows an agency to provide business services on a fee-for-service basis. CDC's WCF is used to finance organizations that provide administrative and business services support to CDC programs. Access additional information regarding WCF.
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- Page last updated: December 4, 2013
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