CDC Contract Funding Allocations

In fiscal year (FY) 2020, OFR processed 80,091 contract actions that totaled $7.0 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 2020 Summary Statistics

Additional summary statistics for CDC’s contract funding are provided below.
CIO # of Actions Sum of Contract Dollars
ATSDR 104 $27,284,497
CGH 393 $64,798,321
CPR 183 $112,082,053
CSELS 259 $93,297,039
CSTLTS 25 $12,506,905
DDID 24 $4,625,850
DDNID 5 $418,359
DDPHSS 18 $1,979,470
HRO 81 $12,582,139
NCBDDD 74 $18,517,073
NCCDPHP 407 $199,183,357
NCEH 441 $62,168,878
NCEZID 1,145 $244,125,662
NCHHSTP 453 $115,367,209
NCHS 499 $72,196,634
NCIPC 209 $38,293,037
NCIRD 943 $5,183,778,805
NIOSH 1,261 $256,328,358
OCIO 425 $248,424,753
OCOO OD 292 $13,952,117
OD 165 $39,584,817
OFR 199 $25,715,042
OLSS 20 $4,041,028
OMHHE 8 129,292
OS 50 8,499,524
OSSAM 408 $145,268,372
Grand Total 8,091 $7,005,148,592

 

CDC Contracts Funding
FY 2019 (All) FY 2020 (All)
Actions Obligations Actions Obligations
10,609 $5,748,304,899 8,091 $7,005,148,592
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Page last reviewed: June 21, 2021