Cdc Phep Cooperative Agreement

The Department of Government and Local Preparedness (PHEP) has partnered with the CDC`s Office of Grants Services (OGS) to develop an expedited authorization method for legal systems to request the use of The Cooperative Cooperative Cooperation Fund for Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) for the rapid acquisition of services, supplies and equipment needed during the looming emergency response to the COVID-19 coronavirus. There are 62 beneficiaries of phep cooperation agreements: CDC finalized the first ABU list of the Rapid Reaction Agreement in February 2018, following an objective verification process. The CDC`s Office of Grants Services has ranked the 64 candidate countries on the ABU list as eligible. The 64 jurisdictions included the 50 states, six major metropolitan areas and eight U.S. territories and freely associated states. No tribal units have been enforced. The Public Health Emergency Prevention Cooperation Agreement (PHEP) is an important source of funding for public, local and territorial health services. Since 2002, the Phep Cooperation Agreement has supported public health services throughout the country. This helps health services develop and strengthen their capacity to respond effectively to a number of public health threats, including infectious diseases, natural disasters and biological, chemical, nuclear and radiological events. Preparatory actions financed under the PHEP cooperation agreement were specifically aimed at developing flexible and adaptable health services that were ready for emergency. As noted in the PHEP 2019-2024 Communication on Funding Opportunities (NOFO), funding for phep cooperation agreements is primarily intended to support preparedness measures that help ensure that public and local health services are prepared to prevent, detect, identify, mitigate and recover from a large number of public health threats.

However, upon written request from a recipient, PHEP credits can be used on a case-by-case basis to support response efforts when activities are covered by activities authorized by the PHEP legal authority, Section 319C-1 of the Public Health Services Act, PHEP NOFO and the conditions of the phep auction notice.

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