Our Funding

The Center for Preparedness and Response receives approximately $850 million in annual funding from Congress to build and strengthen national preparedness for public health emergencies including natural, biological, chemical, radiological, and nuclear incidents. This funding supports a range of activities at CDC and state, local, and territorial public health departments.

CDC Preparedness and Response Funding

CPR Funding

CDC Preparedness and Response Funding

 

  • Total Funding
    • FY 2018: $1.40 B
    • FY 2019: $1.465 B
    • FY 2020: $850 M
  • Public Health Emergency Preparedness Cooperative Agreement
    • FY 2018: $670 M
    • FY 2019: $675 M
    • FY 2020: $675 M
  • CDC Preparedness and Response
    • FY 2018: $162 M
    • FY 2019: $172 M
    • FY 2020: $167 M
  • Academic Centers
    • FY 2018: $8.2 M
    • FY 2019: $8.2 M
    • FY 2020: $8.2 M
  • Strategic National Stockpile*
    • FY 2018: $610 M
    • FY 2019: $610 M

*SNS Program transferred to HHS ASPR

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