Wisconsin Case Study
Strategic Planning Process to Address Tobacco-Related Disparities in Wisconsin
|Estimated labor costs||$ 43000.00|
|Estimated cost of materials, promotional efforts, printing, etc.||$ 40391.00|
|Estimated total cost of conducting policy and/or program intervention||$ 83691.00|
Labor costs include the contracts with the evaluator and facilitator. Cost of materials, promotional efforts, printing, etc. includes communications, meeting and materials costs (exclusive of mileage reimbursement), and the cost of designing, printing and disseminating the strategic plan. Travel includes mileage reimbursement for meeting attendance and cost of travel for the CDC-required meetings.
Labor costs do NOT include the salaries of the Project Coordinator and Project Assistant who each dedicated 25% of their time to the project. The salaries of these high level Tobacco Control Program employees were provided as an in-kind match by the state.
Wisconsin successfully completed the pilot project to develop a strategic plan for addressing disparities related to tobacco, funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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