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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention : Budget request summary--fiscal year 2014

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    Budget request summary--fiscal year 2014
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    The president’s fiscal year (FY) 2014 budget request for CDC is $6.6 billion, a decrease of $270 million from FY 2012. This funding level includes $755 million from the Affordable Care Act’s Prevention and Public Health Fund (PPHF) and $618 million in Public Health Service (PHS) evaluation funds. Programs with new or increased investment in the FY 2014 budget request include the Advanced Molecular Detection initiative, food safety, domestic HIV/AIDS prevention, and healthcare safety to protect Americans from infectious diseases; polio eradication to protect against global threats; and violence prevention, tobacco prevention, health statistics, lead poisoning prevention, and heart disease and stroke prevention to monitor and prevent the leading causes of death. Identifying strategic reductions allows CDC to protect its core public health mission in the most cost- effective way in this challenging fiscal environment. The FY 2014 request implements the Working Capital Fund, a revolving fund that serves as the sole funding mechanism to finance centralized business services support across CDC. Implementation of the Working Capital Fund will achieve greater efficiency and transparency because it creates market-like incentives for both customers and service providers to maximize efficiency.
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