CDC Tribal Consultation and Tribal Advisory Committee

Vacant TAC Positions

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (CDC/ATSDR) Tribal Advisory Committee (TAC) is currently recruiting to fill delegate vacancies in the Alaska area, Bemidji area, Billings area, California area, Nashville area, Oklahoma area, Portland area, Tucson area, and (4) National-at-Large positions. For any questions or more information, email .

CDC and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry are committed to working with federally recognized tribal nations on a government-to-government basis.

CDC and ATSDR strongly support and respect tribal sovereignty and self-governance for tribal nations in the United States. The CDC/ATSDR Tribal Advisory Committee (TAC) advises CDC and ATSDR on policy issues and broad strategies that may significantly affect American Indian and Alaska Native communities. It also assists CDC in fulfilling its mission to promote health and quality of life by preventing and controlling disease, injury, and disability through established and ongoing relationships and consultation sessions.

CDC also provides targeted funding to address public health issues in Indian Country, as do several other federal agencies and non-federal groups.

This section features information about CDC’s budget, grants, and other funding that support public health work in Indian Country. You can also find important CDC letters to tribal leaders, relevant U.S. executive orders, past tribal consultation reports, and other information.

Working Together

CDC and Indian Country: Working Together [PDF - 11 MB] is a snapshot of CDC’s work with tribal nations, tribal organizations, and American Indian and Alaska Natives across the United States.