Office of Policy, Performance, and Evaluation

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Policy, Performance, and Evaluation at CDC

The mission of the Office of Policy, Performance, and Evaluation (OPPE) is to build strong policy, evaluation, and performance frameworks and processes for the Agency while coordinating with science and communication to perform public health work at all levels of the organization. OPPE also provides strategic direction on CDC and ATSDR regulatory activities and oversees, facilitates, and coordinates all rulemaking and regulatory affairs.

OPPE does this work through two complementary offices:

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The Policy Analysis and Engagement Office (PAEO) serves to amplify the work of CDC to accelerate improved population health, healthcare, and evidence-based policy analytics to inform decision-making.

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The Performance and Evaluation Office (PEO) helps CDC programs and external partners achieve the greatest possible health impact.

Learn more about key healthy policy and strategy topics:

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Learn how to conduct effective program evaluation and access evaluation resources

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Access CDC’s portal for navigating policy-relevant tools, trainings, and resources

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