CDC Contract Funding Allocations

In fiscal year (FY) 2021, OFR processed 7,893 contract actions that totaled $8.3 billion in federal funds. The table below shows how CDC contracts are allocated among CDC’s centers, institute, and offices (CIOs). The Office of Chief Operating Officer (OCOO) produced the highest number of contract actions; however, the majority of contract spending was through the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases (NCIRD).

Fiscal Year 2021 Summary Statistics

Additional summary statistics for CDC’s contract funding are provided below.
CIO # of Actions Sum of Contract Dollars
ATSDR 102 $34,753,276
CDC OD 220 $74,890,803
CGH 368 $69,196,262
CPR 330 $374,272,362
CSELS 241 $215,640,368
CSTLTS 14 $15,810,404
NCBDDD 69 $21,790,600
NCCDPHP 391 $210,772,119
NCEH 371 $54,596,844
NCEZID 1,196 $364,254,213
NCHHSTP 415 $114,355,116
NCHS 382 $92,715,798
NCIPC 216 $50,870,387
NCIRD 930 $5,660,399,136
NIOSH 1,248 $246,312,308
OCOO 1,303 $657,265,877
OLSS 12 $2,157,927
OMHHE 4 $491,756
OS 81 $17,576,052
Grand Total 7,893 $8,278,121,608

 

CDC Contracts Funding
FY 2020 (All) FY 2021 (All)
Actions Obligations Actions Obligations
8,091 $7,005,148,592 7,893 $8,278,121,608

FY 2021 CDC Contract Obligations by Type

FY 2021 CDC Contract Obligations by Type

FY 2021 CDC Contract Obligations by Category

FY 2021 CDC Contract Obligations by Category

Page last reviewed: January 31, 2022