U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention information technology strategic plan FY 2017-2021 : empowering public health practice, research and science through the innovative, collaborative, transparent, and cost-effective use of informatics and information technologies
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U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention information technology strategic plan FY 2017-2021 : empowering public health practice, research and science through the innovative, collaborative, transparent, and cost-effective use of informatics and information technologies

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      This CDC Information Technology (IT) Strategic Plan (CITSP) for FY 2017–2021 coincides with CDC’s 70th anniversary and is the latest version of IT strategic plans that date back to 1985. Since its origin as the Communicable Disease Center in 1946, CDC has been the champion of public health research and practice, putting science into action for protecting and improving the public’s health. The plan will be dynamic given the constant evolution of public health, the CDC mission, and the changing nature of IT products, services, and capabilities. CDC worked to ensure that its IT strategic plan recognizes and supports the IT strategic plan released by the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) in 2016. Every year, CDC spends more than $500 million on over 700 information systems and other IT investments that serve about 20,000 CDC staff around the world, providing critical services and information to public health partners, healthcare providers, and people making health choices here and abroad. The plan’s vision, mission, guiding principles, goals, objectives, and key performance indicators combine to form a roadmap of high-level direction and areas of emphasis for IT products and services that support public health science, practice, and administration over the next five years.The plan is composed of five goals, 17 objectives, and over 40 performance indicators. Publication date from document properties. CDC-IT-StrategicPlan2017-2021.pdf
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