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Conferences & Events

Outbreak: Plagues that changed History
September 27 – January 30, 2009
Organized by the Global Health Odyssey Museum; come see Byrn Barnard’s images of the symptoms and paths of the world’s deadliest diseases – and how the epidemics they spawned have changed history forever.

Business Practices

Chief Operating Officer's Message

Bill Gimson OCOO

Read CDC’s Chief Operating Officer’s (OCOO) message about striking a balance between promoting health protection goals and being prepared as an organization for public health emergencies worldwide.
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The CDC Budget

CDC’s Financial Management Office makes available online a number of budget documents providing details about our current appropriated budget and our budget request.
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Grants, Funding, and Procurement

CDC´s Procurement and Grants office awards grants and cooperative agreements to eligible organizations annually. PGO also has federal contracting opportunities for equipment, supplies, services, and information technology.
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CDC Foundation

The CDC Foundation, a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, helps the CDC do more, faster by forging effective partnerships between CDC and individuals, foundations and corporations to fight threats to health and safety.
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CDC Partnerships

Throughout its history, CDC has placed a premium value on developing and nurturing partnerships with various public and private entities.
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Business Management

In an effort to continually improve its readiness to confront the challenges of 21st-century health threats, CDC is modernizing its business practices to realize tangible savings that can go directly to science and programs that affect people's health.
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Business Improvements

CDC seeks to make business improvements that better both the way the organization operates and its ability to provide public health services.
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Page last updated: September 3, 2008
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