Budget bequest overview [FY 2012 budget request for CDC and ATSDR]
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Budget bequest overview [FY 2012 budget request for CDC and ATSDR]
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    Budget request summary--fiscal year 2012
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    The FY 2012 Budget request for CDC and ATSDR is $11.3 billion. The total funding level includes CDC/ATSDR’s discretionary funding (including Budget Authority and PHS Evaluation resources), mandatory funding for the Vaccines for Children (VFC) Program and the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program, as well as support from the Prevention and Public Health Fund (the Prevention Fund). Although CDC’s discretionary budget reflects a decrease of approximately $580 million in budget authority below the FY 2010 level, the total budget request is an increase of $371 million. Key Increases – The Budget request increases support for the prevention and control of infectious diseases, HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases, global polio eradication, the Strategic National Stockpile, and chronic disease prevention and health promotion. Key Savings and New Program Approaches – The Budget request includes $100 million in administrative savings and targeted programmatic savings for completed, duplicative, and one-time activities. In addition, the Budget request consolidates disease-specific funding throughout the agency to create more integrated programs. This will enable health officials to increase health impact, improve health outcomes, streamline programs, and enhance Federal resource accountability.
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