CDC Contract Funding Allocations

In fiscal year (FY) 2018, OFR processed 11,222 contract actions that totaled $6 billion. The table below shows how CDC contracts are allocated among CDC’s centers, institute, and offices (CIOs). The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) produced the highest number of contract actions; however, the majority of contract spending was through the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases (NCIRD), primarily for the purchase of vaccines.

Fiscal Year 2018 Summary Statistics

Additional summary statistics for CDC’s contract funding are provided below.
CIO # of Actions Sum of Contract Dollars
CGH 734 $59,431,506
NCEZID 1,696 $107,796,679
NCHHSTP 598 $93,273,939
NCIRD 1,232 $4,416,006,028
NIOSH 2,087 $236,249,678
OD 419 $54,763,537
BISM 20 $1,160,367
HRO 78 $5,434,087
OCIO 631 $190,864,109
OSSAM 617 $115,988,736
OFR 143 $22,377,936
ONDIEH 7 $450,607
ATSDR 117 $25,088,332
NCBDDD 106 $20,380,040
NCCDPHP 361 $161,806,209
NCEH 614 $46,713,876
NCIPC 167 $38,503,219
OPHPR 774 $248,895,593
OPHSS 35 $10,550,064
CSELS 304 $46,970,773
NCHS 464 $108,710,048
OSTLTS 18 $9,803,240
Grand Total 11,222 $6,021,218,613

*Contract dollars data in this table do not reflect auto-closeout actions.

CDC Contracts Funding
FY 2017 (All) FY 2018 (All)
Actions Obligations Actions Obligations
11,736 $6,166,942,069 11,222 $6,021,218,613
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Page last reviewed: July 13, 2018