Recipients and Partnerships

CDC is leading a national effort to maintain and expand the Tracking Program with support from federal partners, national organizations, recipients, and other key groups. These partnerships enhance CDC’s ability to:

  1. Build a sustainable National Environmental Public Health Tracking Network
  2. Enhance environmental public health tracking workforce and infrastructure
  3. Disseminate information to guide policy, practice, and other actions to improve the nation’s health
  4. Advance environmental public health science and research
  5. Foster collaboration among public health and environmental programs


CDC funds health departments in 33 jurisdictions to build and implement local tracking programs and data networks. Read more.

National Organizations

The Tracking Program relies on strategic partnerships to help lead, develop, support, and implement innovative programs that protect and improve community health. CDC currently funds projects with several national organizations. Read more.

Federal Agencies

Federal agencies support the Tracking Program in several ways, from sharing data for the Tracking Network or providing subject matter expertise to enhance environmental public health tracking efforts. Read more.

Page last reviewed: July 27, 2022