Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Fiscal Year 2015 Grants Summary Profile Report for. Utah

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1 Centers for Disease and Prevention Fiscal Year 2015 Grants Summary Profile Report for This profile includes selected CDC grants and cooperative agreements provided to health departments, universities, and other public and private agencies in. Refer to the About the Data section below for important qualifying statements about the data Population Estimate: 2,995,919 Timeframe: 10/01/14-09/30/15 CATEGORY Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) OBLIGATED AMOUNT $222,845 PERCENTAGE 0.5% $1,104, % CDC-Wide Activities and Program Support $1,588, % Prevention and $12,951, % Ebola Response and Preparedness $6,123, % $1,913, % Environmental $2,371, % $2,258, % $4,003, % $2,394, % Occupational Safety and $1,476, % Public Preparedness and Response $7,084, % Public Scientific Services (PHSS) $407, % Vaccines for Children $904, % Grand Total $44,805, % CATEGORY & SUB-CATEGORY OBLIGATED AMOUNT Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) $222,845 Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry $222,845 $1,104,505 Child and Development $20,000 and Development with Disabilities $1,084,505 CDC-Wide Activities and Program Support $1,588,534 Preventive and Services Block Grant - $1,583,534 Public Leadership and Support $5,000 Page 1

2 CATEGORY & SUB-CATEGORY Prevention and OBLIGATED AMOUNT $12,951,745 Arthritis $304,072 Cancer Prevention and - BA $2,742,597 Cancer Prevention and - $2,715,210 Diabetes $283,165 Diabetes - $2,205,360 Heart Disease and Stroke $620,502 Heart Disease and Stroke - $2,222,154 Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity - $119,172 Safe Motherhood/Infant $108,485 School $180,935 Tobacco $1,374,096 Tobacco - $75,997 Ebola Response and Preparedness $6,123,227 Domestic Ebola Response $6,123,227 $1,913,383 Advance Molecular Detection (AMD) $187,373 Emerging $145,181 Epi and Lab Capacity Program - $810,571 Food Safety $502,881 care Associated Infections (HAIs) - $109,500 Prion Disease $47,877 Vector-borne Diseases $110,000 Environmental $2,371,877 Asthma $586,008 Environmental and Outcome Tracking Network $997,999 Environmental Laboratory $787,870 $2,258,977 Domestic HIV/AIDS Prevention and Research $1,199,688 Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) $715,562 Tuberculosis (TB) $276,370 Viral Hepatitis $67,357 $4,003,518 Immunization Program - $1,417,718 Immunization Program Level $2,234,179 Influenza/Influenza Planning and Response $351,621 $2,394,925 Injury Prevention Activities $178,614 Page 2

3 CATEGORY & SUB-CATEGORY Intentional Injury OBLIGATED AMOUNT $456,633 NVDRS $209,000 Prescription Drug Overdose $940,000 Unintentional Injury $610,678 Occupational Safety and $1,476,000 Education and Research Centers $1,476,000 Public Preparedness and Response $7,084,411 BioSense $228,355 Public Emergency Preparedness Cooperative Agreement $6,656,363 Strategic National Stockpile $199,693 Public Scientific Services (PHSS) $407,650 Surveillance, Epidemiology, and PH Informatics $407,650 Vaccines for Children $904,134 Grant Awards $904,134 Grand Total $44,805,731 Page 3

4 Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) CDC-Wide Activities and Program Support CDC-Wide Activities and Program Support Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Child and Development and Development with Disabilities and Development with Disabilities and Development with Disabilities and Development with Disabilities and Development with Disabilities Preventive and Services Block Grant - Preventive and Services Block Grant - Atsdr's Partnership To Promote Localized Efforts To Reduce Environmental Exposure Comprehensive Surveillance Of Congenital Heart Defects Among Adolescents And Adults Comp B-Primary Children's Hospital Spina Bifida Patient Registry Comp C-National Spina Bifida Patient Registry/Urological Component Salt Lake City Salt Lake $222,845 University Of Salt Lake City Salt Lake $20,000 Ihc Services, Inc. Salt Lake City Salt Lake $66,766 Ihc Services, Inc. Salt Lake City Salt Lake $20,530 Comp B-Western Intermountain Regional Nmd Starnet University Of Salt Lake City Salt Lake $419,993 Comprehensive Surveillance Of Congenital Heart Defects Among Adolescents And Adults Ehdi-Is Surveillance Program, Development, Maintenance And Enhancement Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System Preventive Services University Of Salt Lake City Salt Lake $430,000 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $147,216 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $114,198 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $1,469,336

5 CDC-Wide Activities and Program Support Prevention and Prevention and Prevention and Prevention and Prevention and Prevention and Prevention and Prevention and Prevention and Prevention and Public Leadership and Support Arthritis Cancer Prevention and - BA Cancer Prevention and - BA Cancer Prevention and - BA Cancer Prevention and - Diabetes Diabetes - Diabetes - State Public Approaches To Improving Arthritis Outcomes Bewise Program Cancer Genomics Project Department Cancer Program Department Cancer Program - To Prevent & And Promote School Diabetes,Heart Disease & Stroke Prevention State And Local Public Actions To Prevent - To Prevent & And Promote School Heart Disease and Stroke - To Prevent & And Promote School Heart Disease and Stroke - Diabetes,Heart Disease & Stroke Prevention State And Local Public Actions To Prevent Salt Lake City Salt Lake $5,000 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $304,072 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $1,750,094 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $349,991 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $642,512 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $2,715,210 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $283,165 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $1,760,001 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $445,359 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $620,502 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $1,760,000

6 Prevention and Prevention and Prevention and Prevention and Prevention and Prevention and Ebola Response and Preparedness Ebola Response and Preparedness Ebola Response and Preparedness Heart Disease and Stroke - Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity - Safe Motherhood/Infant School Tobacco Tobacco - Domestic Ebola Response Domestic Ebola Response Domestic Ebola Response Advance Molecular Detection (AMD) Emerging Infectious Diseases Epi and Lab Capacity Program - - To Prevent & And Promote School - To Prevent & And Promote School Cat B Existing: Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System-Prams - To Prevent & And Promote School Tobacco Program Requesting Funding To Increase Quitline Capacity And Sustainability. Strategies To Prevent Infection And Reduce Inter- Individual Transmission (Spirit) Tp Hpp And Phep Cooperative Agreements Salt Lake City Salt Lake $462,154 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $119,172 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $108,485 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $180,935 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $1,374,096 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $75,997 University Of Salt Lake City Salt Lake $2,200,000 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $1,631,749 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $2,291,478 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $187,373 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $145,181 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $810,571

7 Food Safety care Associated Infections (HAIs) - Prion Disease Vector-borne Diseases 37 Environmental Asthma Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System 38 Environmental Asthma 39 Environmental 40 Environmental 41 Environmental Environmental and Outcome Tracking Network Environmental and Outcome Tracking Network Environmental Laboratory Domestic HIV/AIDS Prevention and Research Domestic HIV/AIDS Prevention and Research Domestic HIV/AIDS Prevention and Research Domestic HIV/AIDS Prevention and Research Domestic HIV/AIDS Prevention and Research Asthma Program:Comprehensive Asthma Through Evidence-Based Strategies And Public - Care Collaboration Data Partner In Environmental Public Tracking Environmental Pub Hlth Tracking Network Implementation & Supplemental The 4 Corner States Are Collaborating To Develop And Enhance Biomonitoring Capability To Assess Human Exposure In This Region Implementation Of The National Hiv Surveillance System (Nhss) In Uath To Monitor Ps Comprehensive Hiv Prevention Project For Depts Std Prev & Disease Intervention Activities Throut The St Of Administration Of The Youth Risk Behavior And School Profiles Surve Viral Hepatitis Prevention & Surveillance National Association Of Data Orgs Salt Lake City Salt Lake $502,881 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $109,500 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $47,877 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $110,000 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $36,008 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $550,000 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $124,999 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $873,000 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $787,870 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $252,685 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $850,000 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $34,646 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $53,202 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $9,155

8 Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) Tuberculosis (TB) Viral Hepatitis Immunization Program - Immunization Program - Immunization Program - Immunization Program - Immunization Program Level Influenza/Influenza Planning and Response Influenza/Influenza Planning and Response Injury Prevention Activities Intentional Injury Intentional Injury Std Prev & Disease Intervention Activities Throut The St Of The Ssun Part B Grant Will Fund The Enhancement Of Case Reporting And Data Collec Tb Prevention And Project Viral Hepatitis Prevention & Surveillance Bldg The Capacity To Support & Extend Interoperability Between The Statewide Immunization Inf System (Usiis) & Electronic Hlth Record (Ehr) Systems Enhancing The Statewide Immunization Information System (Usiis)For Assessment, Feedback, Incentives And Exchange (Afix) Assessment Functionality The Program To Support Efforts To Plan, Develop, And Maintain A Public Wor The Program To Support Efforts To Plan, Develop, And Maintain A Public Wor The Program To Support Efforts To Plan, Develop, And Maintain A Public Wor Core Violence And Injury Prevention Program (Core Vipp) Core Violence And Injury Prevention Program (Core Vipp) Rape Prevention And Education Program Salt Lake City Salt Lake $478,062 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $237,500 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $276,370 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $67,357 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $750,276 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $305,818 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $249,471 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $112,153 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $2,234,179 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $172,041 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $179,580 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $178,614 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $93,117 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $363,516

9 Occupational Safety and Public Preparedness and Response Public Preparedness and Response Public Preparedness and Response Public Scientific Services (PHSS) Public Scientific Services (PHSS) NVDRS Prescription Drug Overdose Violent Death Reporting System Prescription Drug Overdose, Abuse And Misuse Prevention Program Salt Lake City Salt Lake $209,000 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $940,000 Unintentional Injury Consequences Of Pediatric Tbi University Of Salt Lake City Salt Lake $549,987 Unintentional Injury Education and Research Centers BioSense Public Emergency Preparedness Cooperative Agreement Strategic National Stockpile Surveillance, Epidemiology, and PH Informatics Surveillance, Epidemiology, and PH Informatics 71 Vaccines for Children Grant Awards Core Violence And Injury Prevention Program (Core Vipp) Rocky Mountain Center For Occupational And Enviromental : National Syndromic Surveillance Program Tp Hpp And Phep Cooperative Agreements Making Disasters Less Disastrous: Integration Care, Public And E Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System The Program To Support Efforts To Plan, Develop, And Maintain A Public Wor Salt Lake City Salt Lake $60,691 University Of Salt Lake City Salt Lake $1,476,000 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $228,355 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $6,656,363 University Of Salt Lake City Salt Lake $199,693 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $117,677 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $289,973 Salt Lake City Salt Lake $904,134

10 About the Data Data Included The grants and cooperative agreements data in this report include actions awarded (i.e., obligated funds) domestically in fiscal year 2015 (FY15; 10/1/14 to 9/30/15) from CDC s annual appropriation, which now integrates appropriations through the Prevention and Public Fund () and for FY15, includes funding for Ebola Response and Preparedness. Because the data includes funds obligated in FY15, it may include funding authorized through legislation passed in previous years, but only the amount actually obligated in FY15. The funding data is categorized by CDC budget line (i.e., by which CDC appropriation account was used to make the investment), as shown in the FY15 CDC Operating Plan at Data Excluded This data does not include any CDC expenditures, such as contracts, personnel, direct assistance, or other CDC operational and administrative costs. The value of vaccines purchased and provided to states, cities, and territories by CDC through the Vaccines for Children Program are excluded. Information on the value of vaccine purchases by jurisdiction is available in a separate report available at starting with FY14. The following grants and cooperative agreements data were outside the scope of this profile and were excluded: funding of International activities, Reimbursable Agreements (funds from other federal agencies to support their missions), Cooperative Research and Development Agreements, Royalties, User Fees and Intra-Departmental Delegation of Authority funds (fund transfers to CDC from DHHS, including the HHS Public and Social Services Emergency Fund), PEPFAR (President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief), Gifts and Donations, Global funds, Business Services Support funds and Buildings and Facilities funds. Therefore, this data does not reflect CDC s total appropriations in any given area. Data Sources Funding Data - CDC Procurement and Grants Office (for grants and cooperative agreement data) and the CDC National Center for (for Vaccines For Children data) United States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico - the 2010 U.S. Census, updated with 2015 estimates at For all other geographies estimates for population are from The World Factbook at For More Information CDC Budget CDC Funding CDC-INFO call 800-CDC-INFO ( ) TTY: (888)

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