FY 2020 President’s Budget
The President’s Fiscal Year 2020 budget request pdf icon[PDF – 438 pages]—released on March 18, 2019—outlines the administration’s priorities within the federal government and addresses critical needs across the country. This request includes an appropriation of $509.472 million for the National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases.
Fiscal Year Budgets for NCEZID: 2018 – 2020 President’s Budget
|Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases (dollars in millions)1||FY 2018
|Antibiotic Resistance – BA||167.364||168.000||—|
|Antibiotic Resistance – PPHF||—||—||137.000|
|Lyme Disease (non-add)||10.700||12.000||10.643|
|Chronic Fatigue Syndrome||5.380||5.400||—|
|Emerging Infectious Diseases2||184.595||186.797||185.297|
|National Healthcare Safety Network||20.989||21.000||21.000|
|Federal Isolation and Quarantine (non-add)||—||—||1.000|
|Advanced Molecular Detection||29.887||30.000||30.000|
|Harmful Algal Blooms||—||1.000||—|
|Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity (PPHF)||40.000||40.000||—|
|Healthcare-Associated Infections (PPHF)||12.000||12.000||—|
|Prevention and Public Health Fund (PPHF)||52.000||52.000||137.000|
1FY 2018 Final and FY 2019 Enacted are comparably adjusted to reflect the proposed $8 million transfer from Lab Safety and Quality in the Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Disease account to PHSS.
2Emerging Infectious Diseases amounts are comparably adjusted to reflect movement from All Other Infectious Diseases line.