TECPHI NOFO – CDC-RFA-DP22-2206 Tribal Epidemiology Centers Public Health Infrastructure
Closed: Applications for CDC-RFA-DP22-2206 Tribal Epidemiology Centers Public Health Infrastructure (TECPHI) closed May 11, 2022.
CDC-RFA-DP22-2206 Tribal Epidemiology Centers Public Health Infrastructure (TECPHI) is a Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for a grant to be supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
NOTICE: The TECPHI NOFO (DP22-2206) was modified on April 5, 2022. Please see grants.govexternal icon for the latest version.
The intent of this NOFO is to support Tribal Epidemiology Centers (TECs) that have been established to serve each Indian Health Service (IHS) or Urban Area, as defined in the glossary of the NOFO. The NOFO can be accessed on grants.gov.external icon
Approximately $6,800,000 is available for annual funding. CDC anticipates making up to 13 awards ranging from $300,000 – $600,000. The cooperative agreement’s period of performance is September 30, 2022 – September 29, 2027, pending continued funding.
The purpose of the NOFO is to strengthen the public health infrastructure and capacity of 1) Tribal Epidemiology Centers (TECs)external icon and 2) the tribes and Urban Indian Organizations (UIO) they support to meet national public health accreditation standards and deliver the 10 Essential Public Health Services. This work will support efforts to effectively identify and address underlying social determinants of health, reduce persistent health disparities, and improve the overall health and wellbeing of American Indian and Alaska Native populations.
Recipients will increase capacity and infrastructure of the TEC and the tribes and UIOs in their Area to:
- deliver at least 3 of the 10 Essential Public Health Services,
- plan, implement, and evaluate public health programs,
- implement data-driven, culturally relevant, practice-based public health programs,
- use evaluation data for program improvement,
- train staff on public health core competencies, and
- demonstrate program impact.
This NOFO will fund:
- Up to 12 Component A recipients to increase TEC capacity to strengthen the infrastructure and capacity of TECs, tribes, and UIOs to meet national public health accreditation standards and support the delivery of the 10 Essential Public Health Services to Area tribes and UIOs. CDC will fund one recipient in each IHS Area and the Urban Area, as defined in the glossary of the NOFO.
- One Component B recipient will establish a Network Coordinating Center to coordinate with CDC and collaboratively support Component A recipients.
Separate applications must be submitted to apply for both Component A and Component B.