CDC Contract Funding Allocations

In fiscal year (FY) 2019, OFR processed 10,609 contract actions that totaled $5.7 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 2019 Summary Statistics

Additional summary statistics for CDC’s contract funding are provided below.
CIO # of Actions Sum of Contract Dollars
ATSDR 116 $13,330,275
CGH 571 $52,166,514
CPR 265 $30,048,706
CSELS 321 $64,482,583
CSTLTS 30 $10,408,166
DDID 27 $5,814,751
DDNID 6 $697,656
DDPHSS 26 $5,278,772
HRO 55 $6,110,158
NCBDDD 86 $22,473,337
NCCDPHP 399 $183,591,540
NCEH 659 $44,536,543
NCEZID 1,611 $86,826,012
NCHHSTP 508 $92,663,338
NCHS 976 $91,369,838
NCIPC 236 $45,417,814
NCIRD 961 $4,231,948,177
NIOSH 1,858 $244,431,106
OCIO 643 $221,746,551
OCOO OD 32 $11,658,145
OD 314 $17,197,397
OFR 179 $24,108,773
OLSS 27 $4,557,500
OSSAM 703 $237,421,247
Grand Total 10,609 $5,748,304,899

 

CDC Contracts Funding
FY 2018 (All) FY 2019 (All)
Actions Obligations Actions Obligations
11,222 $6,021,218,613 10,609 $5,748,304,899
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Page last reviewed: February 26, 2020