Sponsor Deadline
Posted: 3/3/2022

Modernizing Environmental Public Health Tracking to Advance Environmental Health Surveillance

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Environmental Health, Division of Environmental Health Science and Practice announces the availability of fiscal year 2022 funds for a cooperative agreement to strengthen and modernize environmental health data and surveillance in the United States. The purpose of the funding is to continue building public health capacity and expertise in environmental health surveillance and to modernize data systems to empower public health practitioners, healthcare providers, community members, policy members, and others to make information-driven decisions that affect their health. Since 2002, the Environmental Public Health Tracking Program has provided the United States with accurate and timely standardized information from a nationwide network of environmental health data to help drive actions to improve the health of communities. The information is shared via a network of people and the Environmental Public Health Tracking Network, a web-based system of integrated health and environmental data with components at the national, state, and local levels.

Deadline: May 1, 2022

Areas of Interest

Component A-Capacity Building - these activities support the development of the applicants' programmatic infrastructure. The applicant should leverage existing capacity to strengthen their application.

Component B-Emerging Topics - most activities in Component B are dependent on available funding and may not be awarded. These activities address key Program and Agency priorities.

Component C-Portal - these activities support the development of an environmental health portal.

Amount Description

Approximate average one-year award amounts for each component are:

Component A-Capacity Building: $300,000 - $1,000,000

Component B-Emerging Topics: $100,000 - $1,000,000

Component C-Portal: $100,000 – $1,000,000