Funding Opportunity Announcement PS20-2010: Integrated HIV Programs for Health Departments to Support Ending the HIV Epidemic in the United States

This website is designed to:

  1. Support the application process for health departments applying for Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) PS20-2010; and
  2. Provide a forum for the dissemination of important information to future PS20-2010 funded organizations.

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Executive Summary

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announces the availability of fiscal year 2020 funds for a Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) to support the development and implementation of programs tailored to ending the HIV epidemic in America. Recent scientific advances in HIV prevention and treatment have made ending the HIV epidemic in America a realistic possibility. By direction of the President, the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has set an ambitious goal of reducing all new HIV infections by 75% in 5 years and by 90% by 2030. Reaching this target requires a coordinated national effort that will focus first on the 50 most affected U.S. jurisdictions – 48 counties, Washington DC, and San Juan PR as well as seven states – then expand to the entire country.

With funding from DHHS, this NOFO for the “Ending the HIV Epidemic” (EHE) initiative is intended to build on the on-going activities funded through PS18-1802: Integrated HIV Surveillance and Prevention Programs for Health Departments to strategically advance (i.e., initiate new or expand existing) HIV prevention efforts. The strategies proposed herein embody discrete areas of activity, which, based on the best available scientific evidence and experience, CDC believes will most rapidly accelerate efforts to reduce new HIV infections and merit undertaking. CDC recognizes that local public health must be responsive to local circumstances. Thus, in response to each strategy, CDC strongly encourages applicants to propose disruptively innovative activities unique to their jurisdiction’s local context. Component A is the core component of this NOFO and therefore is required. Funding for Components B and C are contingent upon submission of application for funding under Component A. Applicants should submit one application that is responsive to the requirements outlined under each of the components for which they intend to apply.

Purpose

The purpose if this NOFO is to implement comprehensive HIV programs, that complement existing programs, such as Ryan White and other HHS programs, designed to support ending the HIV epidemic in America by leveraging powerful data, tools, and resources to reduce new HIV infections by 75% in 5 years.

This website is designed to:

  1. Support the application process for health departments applying for Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) PS20-2010; and
  2. Provide a forum for the dissemination of important information to future PS20-2010 funded organizations.

Executive Summary

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announces the availability of fiscal year 2020 funds for a Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) to support the development and implementation of programs tailored to ending the HIV epidemic in America. Recent scientific advances in HIV prevention and treatment have made ending the HIV epidemic in America a realistic possibility. By direction of the President, the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has set an ambitious goal of reducing all new HIV infections by 75% in 5 years and by 90% by 2030. Reaching this target requires a coordinated national effort that will focus first on the 50 most affected U.S. jurisdictions – 48 counties, Washington DC, and San Juan PR as well as seven states – then expand to the entire country.

With funding from DHHS, this NOFO for the “Ending the HIV Epidemic” (EHE) initiative is intended to build on the on-going activities funded through PS18-1802: Integrated HIV Surveillance and Prevention Programs for Health Departments to strategically advance (i.e., initiate new or expand existing) HIV prevention efforts. The strategies proposed herein embody discrete areas of activity, which, based on the best available scientific evidence and experience, CDC believes will most rapidly accelerate efforts to reduce new HIV infections and merit undertaking. CDC recognizes that local public health must be responsive to local circumstances. Thus, in response to each strategy, CDC strongly encourages applicants to propose disruptively innovative activities unique to their jurisdiction’s local context. Component A is the core component of this NOFO and therefore is required. Funding for Components B and C are contingent upon submission of application for funding under Component A. Applicants should submit one application that is responsive to the requirements outlined under each of the components for which they intend to apply.

Purpose

The purpose if this NOFO is to implement comprehensive HIV programs, that complement existing programs, such as Ryan White and other HHS programs, designed to support ending the HIV epidemic in America by leveraging powerful data, tools, and resources to reduce new HIV infections by 75% in 5 years.