CDC at Work Today! Best Business Practices

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continues in its readiness to confront the challenges of health threats such as Ebola, Zika, terrorism, and the unrelenting stresses of modern life. This readiness effort also includes modernizing management and accountability to realize tangible savings that can go directly to science and programs that affect people’s health.

Guiding Principles:

  • Stewardship of public funds
  • Continuously improving customer service and satisfaction
  • Providing the best value for the investment
  • Accountability through performance metrics
  • Job satisfaction through workforce development
  • Searching for innovation in work processes
Office of Financial Resources (OFR)

CDC’s OFR plays an essential role in furthering CDC’s mission of creating expertise, information, and tools people and communities need to protect their health. Learn more about:

CDC Foundation
CDC Foundation: together our impact is greater


The CDC Foundation, a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, helps the CDC do more, faster by forging effective partnerships between CDC and individuals, foundations and corporations to fight threats to health and safety.

Public-Private Partnerships and CDC
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CDC values the unique strengths private sector partners can bring to our work and there are a variety of ways to partner with CDC. Learn how to connect with CDC and access resources available to the private sector.

Grant Funding Profiles
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Information on Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) funding provided to recipients in states and territories to address issues of public health importance.

Page last reviewed: October 26, 2017