CDC awarded $3.2 billion on November 29, 2022 through the OE22-2203: Strengthening U.S. Public Health Infrastructure, Workforce, and Data Systems grant to help U.S. jurisdictions promote and protect health in their communities. Depending on future appropriations, CDC expects to award more than $4 billion over the 5-year grant period to create a stronger, more resilient public health system that is ready to face future health threats.
Grant program recipients include:
- One hundred seven (107) public health departments in all 50 states, Washington D.C., 8 territories/freely associated states, and 48 large localities (cities serving a population of 400,000 or more and counties serving a population of 2,000,000 or more based on the 2020 U.S. Census). These jurisdictions received a total of $3.14 billion.
- Three national partners that will support the work of the 107 funded jurisdictions. These national partners received a total of $65 million on November 29, 2022 and are expected to receive a total of $145 million over the 5-year grant period.
The map below reflects awards made to the 107 jurisdictional recipients on November 29, 2022. Recipient award amounts were based on a funding formula that included population size and community resilience.