FY 2019 President’s Budget

The President’s Fiscal Year 2019 budget request Cdc-pdf[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
Fiscal year budgets for NCEZID from 2016 to the President’s 2019 budget request
Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases

(dollars in millions)

FY 2016

Final

FY 2017

Final

FY 2018

Final

FY 2019

President’s Budget

Antibiotic Resistance 160.000 162.625 168.000 137.000
Lab Safety and Quality 8.000 7.981 8.000
Vector-borne Diseases1 26.410 26.348 38.603 49.459
Lyme Disease (non-add) 10.643
Lyme Disease 10.663 10.675 10.700
Prion Disease 6.000 5.986 6.000
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
Food Safety 52.000 53.878 58.000 54.000
National Healthcare Safety Network 21.000 20.951 21.000 21.000
Quarantine 31.572 31.498 31.572 31.572
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
Budget Authority 530.228 531.685 562.572 508.328
Preparedness and Public Health Fund 52.000 52.000 52.000
Total Request 582.228 583.685 614.572 508.328

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