Public Health Preparedness: Mobilizing State by State
A CDC Report on the Public Health Emergency Preparedness Cooperative Agreement
Wednesday, February 20, 2008
CDC’s Coordinating Office for Terrorism Preparedness and Emergency Response (COTPER) has released its inaugural report on public health emergency preparedness. The report, Public Health Preparedness: Mobilizing State by State, highlights the progress that has been made in state and local preparedness and response, identifies preparedness challenges facing public health departments, and outlines CDC’s efforts to address those challenges. Designed to increase accountability regarding the country’s investment in preparedness activities, the report presents national data as well as state-specific snapshots for all 50 states and four directly funded localities: Chicago; Los Angeles County; New York City; and Washington, DC.
The complete report, individual sections of the report, and Key Findings are available for downloading as separate pdf files.