Grants and cooperative agreements are forms of financial assistance to organizations to support a public purpose. The amounts and duration of financial assistance will vary. A grant requires the completion of program activities by the funded organization only. A cooperative agreement includes substantial participation on the part of the CDC.
CDC uses grants and cooperative agreements to promote its mission of health promotion and prevention. This includes programs involving laboratory research, health information programs, surveillance, and preparedness.current funding opportunities.
We do not provide funds to individuals to defray health care costs. Please contact Medicare or your state Medicaid offices.
We do not provide individuals or organizations with start-up funds. Please contact the Small Business Administration.
You may contact the Grants Management Specialist listed in Section VII of the funding opportunity announcement to formally request this information. CDC also suggests accessing Computer Retrieval of Information on Scientific Projects (CRISP) at: http://crisp.cit.nih.gov . CRISP is a public website that shows all funded grants from CDC's IMPAC II grants management system. The website allows users to filter for all of CDC or by a specific funding center using the two-alpha IMPAC II code at the beginning of every funding opportunity number. For additional information you may contact CDC's Freedom of Information Act Office to formally request this information.
This is a programmatic determination, depending on what focus areas have priority and where resources are needed most.
How does CDC get its funding?
CDC is an Operating Division of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). CDC receives its annual funding as a part of the DHHS budget.