FY 2019 President’s Budget
The President’s Fiscal Year 2019 budget request [423 pages]—released on February 12, 2018—outlines the administration’s priorities within the federal government and addresses critical needs across the country. This request includes an appropriation of $508 million for the National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases.
Fiscal Year Budgets for NCEZID: 2016 – 2019 President’s Budget
Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases
(dollars in millions)
|Lab Safety and Quality||8.000||7.981||8.000||—|
|Lyme Disease (non-add)||—||—||—||10.643|
|Chronic Fatigue Syndrome||5.400||5.387||5.400||—|
|Emerging Infectious Diseases2||147.000||146.655||155.457||185.297|
|All Other Infectious Diseases||29.840||29.770||29.840||—|
|National Healthcare Safety Network||21.000||20.951||21.000||21.000|
|Federal Isolation and Quarantine (non-add)||—||—||—||1.000|
|Advanced Molecular Detection||30.000||29.930||30.000||30.000|
|Immediate Zika Response||2.343||—||—||—|
|Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity (PPHF)||40.000||40.000||40.000||—|
|Healthcare-Associated Infections (PPHF)||12.000||12.000||12.000||—|
|Preparedness and Public Health Fund||52.000||52.000||52.000||—|
1In the FY 2019 President’s Budget, “Vector-borne Diseases” includes “Lyme Disease” as a non-add line.
2In the FY 2019 President’s Budget, “Emerging Infectious Diseases” and “All Other Infectious Diseases” are combined into a single line.
As of July 10, 2018
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- Page last updated: July 10, 2018
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