Consider a role with the CDC's Office of Financial Resources (OFR)
Office of Financial Resources Fiscal Year 2021 Annual Report
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Office of Financial Resources (OFR) aids in achieving CDC’s mission by quickly and effectively allocating funds to where they are needed. In its Pledge to the American People, CDC commits to being a diligent steward of the funds entrusted to the Agency. OFR ensures this pledge remains intact. To learn more about OFR, please review our FY 2021 Annual Report, OFR Snapshot, Acquisition Snapshot, and Assistance Snapshot.
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View CDC’s financial goals, objectives, and data analysis in budget requests for each fiscal year.
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CDC accomplishes its public health mission through agency and accounting initiatives.
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