Working Capital Fund (WCF)
The WCF operates on fees collected for WCF services, rather than Congressional appropriations. This creates a market-like incentive for both customers and service providers to maximize efficiency. Some of the benefits:
Greater Accountability: Program managers will see a direct correlation between their consumption decisions and service cost.
Increased Transparency: CDC programs will receive reports on service consumption, cost of individual services, and actual performance levels.
Improved Efficiency: CDC programs will have an ability to reduce costs of some services over time by optimizing consumption.
- Page last reviewed: April 10, 2013
- Page last updated: April 10, 2013
- Content source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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