Data Modernization Initiative
CDC’s Data Modernization Initiative (DMI) is a multi-year, billion-plus dollar effort to modernize core data and surveillance infrastructure across the federal and state public health landscape.
This initiative is not just about technology, but also about putting the right people, processes, and policies in place to help us solve problems before they happen and reduce the harm caused by the problems that do happen.
The Data Modernization Initiative Strategic Implementation Plan pdf icon[PDF – 1 MB] lays out our key priorities and objectives for reaching the future state of public health data.
Get answers to basic questions about DMI.
Learn more about DMI‘s impact on the fight against COVID-19.
See how DMI is leading the way to more equitable health.
CDC values the unique strengths private-sector partners can bring to our work.
If you are interested in partnering with the Data Modernization Initiative, please visit our Consortium for Data Modernization page.
Data modernization is critical to the work of the Center for Forecasting and Outbreak Analysis (CFA).