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Budget/Appropriations


FY2016 Health and Human Services Appropriations
Congress has passed and the President has signed an appropriations bill funding the Department of Health and Human Services.
 
Federal Budget Education

Federal Funding Infographic: How money reaches local health departments from the federal government

 
FY2016 President's Budget Proposal

NACCHO has created a summary of the President's FY2016 Budget Proposal outlining how the President's budget would affect public health programs and local health departments.

 
NACCHO's FY2016 Appropriations Priorities

Program FY2015 FY2016 Pres.
FY2016 House
FY2016 Senate
FY2016 Final
NACCHO Request
Prevention and Public Health Fund (PPHF)
(numbers in italics are from PPHF)
927 1,000 932 932 932 1,000
Public Health Emergency Preparedness
Cooperative Agreements
644 644 675 644 660 675
Section 317 Immunization Program (PPHF) 611
(210)
611
(210)
586
(150)
611
(210)
611
(324)
650
Partnerships to Improve Community Health (Community Prevention Grants) 80 60 - - - 80
CDC Food Safety 48 50 48 49 52 54
Epidemiology and Lab Capacity Grants (PPHF)
91
(40)
102
(40)
91
(40)
91
(40)
91
(40)
110
Preventive Health & Health Services Block Grant (PPHF)
160
(160)
0 170
(170)
160
(160)
160
(160)
160
Public Health Workforce (PPHF)
52 67
(15)
52 52 52 67
Hospital Preparedness Program
255 255 255 255 255 300
Medical Reserve Corps
9 6 6 4 6 11

 
Background Information
 
FY2015 Omnibus Appropriations
On December 13, Congress passed H.R. 83 to fund government operations through the end of FY2015 (October 1, 2015) and provide emergency funding for Ebola preparedness and response.

NACCHO has provided a summary of the bill and a chart showing the FY2015 allocation of the Prevention and Public Health Fund.

 
Emergency Ebola Funding (Domestic)
FY2015
$ in millions
Public Health Emergency Preparedness Cooperative Agreements
255
Worker Training
10
Migration/Quarantine114
Asst Secretary for Preparedness and Response
576
Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority
157
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease
238

 

 
NACCHO Fact Sheets