FY 2019 ELC Awards by Jurisdiction

Almost $209M Awarded to 64 Domestic Public Health Departments in Federal Fiscal Year 2019

(8/1/2019 – 7/31/2020)

For nearly a quarter-century, the ELC Program has provided direct financial support in all 50 states, several large metro areas, and U.S. territories and affiliates to detect, respond to, control, and prevent infectious diseases. New opportunities have been identified in the 2019-2024 Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) with feedback from recipients and partners (e.g., APHL, ASTHO, CSTE, NACCHO), to enable public health program growth while maintaining critical flexibility.

FY 2019 ELC Awards by Jurisdiction

Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity for Prevention and Control of Emerging Infectious Diseases Cooperative Agreement

Recipients Totals
Alabama $2,963,385
Alaska $2,159,335
American Samoa $284,280
Arizona $3,800,355
Arkansas $2,336,668
California $8,758,651
Chicago, IL $1,985,369
Colorado $5,003,218
Connecticut $3,271,414
District of Columbia $3,271,414
Delaware $1,418,926
Florida $4,960,719
Fed States of Micro (FSM) $225,330
Georgia $3,671,854
Guam $865,700
Hawaii $3,092,899
Houston, TX $2,280,735
Idaho $1,276,983
Illinois $3,913,690
Indiana $3,227,759
Iowa $3,521,812
Kansas $2,476,450
Kentucky $2,873,505
Los Angeles County, CA $3,990,908
Louisiana $2,336,206
Maine $2,389,114
Marianna Islands (CNMI) $740,989
Marshall Islands (RMI) $309,855
Maryland $4,936,457
Massachusetts $5,353,737
Michigan $6,077,176
Minnesota $8,532,466
Mississippi $1,815,635
Missouri $1,700,202
Montana $2,011,423
Nebraska $2,915,479
Nevada $2,153,601
New Hampshire $2,395,714
New Jersey $3,358,384
New Mexico $2,720,309
New York $8,649,332
New York City, NY $8,179,749
North Carolina $3,958,413
North Dakota $1,604,387
Ohio $3,966,735
Oklahoma $1,802,405
Oregon $3,605,942
Palau $415,704
Pennsylvania $4,338,077
Philadelphia, PA $1,810,815
Puerto Rico $1,012,603
Rhode Island $2,265,319
South Carolina $2,891,993
South Dakota $1,367,443
Tennessee $7,486,538
Texas $4,843,839
U.S. Virgin Islands $1,100,868
Utah $5,437,854
Vermont $1,647,649
Virginia $4,102,557
Washington $8,096,432
West Virginia $1,535,919
Wisconsin $7,102,372
Wyoming $1,395,706
Total $208,849,735

NOTE: Funding amounts are accurate as of 8/1/2019

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