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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC Fiscal Year 2017 Funding Profile for American Indian and Alaska Native Tribes and Tribal Organizations Center for State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial Support (proposed) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention July 2018 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Office of the Chief Financial Officer About the Funding Profile Data Includes funding the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Obligated and provided to tribes and tribal organizations as primary grantees through cooperative agreements and grants in fiscal year (FY) 2017 (October 1, 2016September 30, 2017)* Provided to Tribal Epidemiology Centers directly and indirectly Awarded to American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) tribes or tribal organizations through contracts * Obligated refers to new funding only (any funding carried over from a previous fiscal year is not included) About the Funding Profile Data Excludes The value of vaccines purchased by CDC and delivered through the Vaccines for Children program Any funds transferred to CDC/ATSDR from other federal agencies or

entities (i.e., funds that are not part of CDC/ATSDRs appropriations) CDC FY 2017 Funding to Tribes and Tribal-Serving Organizations FY 2015 All Funding (grants/cooperative agreements/contracts) Cooperative Agreement and Grant Funding (includes tribal epidemiology center [TEC] funding) Contract Funding Number of Grantees Funded (cooperative agreements and grants, includes TECs) Funding Mechanisms FY 2016 FY 2017 +/- FY2016 $140,765,200 $164,944,184 $179,896,649 +$14,952,465 $35,578,395 $34,851,899 $43,923,265 +$9,071,366 $105,186,805 $130,092,285 $135,973,384 +$5,881,099

62 56 60 +4 11 notices of funding opportunity (NOFOs); 1 grant 12 NOFOs; 1 grant 10 NOFOs; 1 grant -2 CDC FY 17 Grant and Cooperative Agreement Funding to Tribes and Tribal-Serving Organizations by Funding Center or Office Funding CDC Center or Office Total FY 17 Funding National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion National Center for Environmental Health National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention National Center for Injury Prevention and Control

$40,217,140 $350,000 $826,720 Office for Public Health Preparedness and Response $381,743 $500,000 Office for State, Tribal, Local and Territorial Support $1,647,662 Grand Total $43,923,265 CDC FY 17 Funding to Tribal Epidemiology Centers Tribal Epidemiology Center (TEC) Alaska Native Epidemiology Center Albuquerque Area Southwest TEC California TEC Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Epidemiology Center Intertribal Council of Arizona TEC Northwest TEC Great Plains TEC Rocky Mountain TEC Oklahoma Area TEC United South and Eastern TEC Urban Indian Health Institute Navajo TEC Grand Total

FY 17 Funding* $1,496,875 $830,725 $924,475 $779,272 $830,725 $894,525 $779,272 $715,472 $830,725 $830,725 $1,303,125 $423,884 $10,639,600 *TECs funded to support the Good Health and Wellness in Indian Country program, and through the Building Public Health Infrastructure in Tribal Communities Program CDC FY 2017 Funding to Tribal Grantees by Funding Mechanism Notice of Funding Opportunity or Grant FY 2017 Funding DP14-1421 Prevention and Public Health Fund (PPHF) 2014: A Comprehensive Approach to Good Health and Wellness in Indian Country (financed solely by PPHF) (includes indirect funding to Tribal Epidemiology Centers) $15,389,766 DP14-1419: Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) (financed in part by PPHF)* DP17-1701: Cancer Prevention and Control Programs for State, Territorial, and Tribal

Organizations DP17-1704: Building Public Health Infrastructure in Tribal Communities to Accelerate Disease Prevention and Health Promotion in Indian Country (PPHF) DP13-1302: Well Integrated Screening and Evaluation for Women Across the Nation (WISEWOMAN) $2,212,169 $11,655,599 $8,500,000 $1,242,206 *The FY17 appropriation created a new tribal funding line to build upon current NCCDPHP funding to Tribes and Tribal Organizations through Good Health and Wellness in Indian Country, DP14-1421. This new line reduced funding to the REACH program and will fund two programs: Building Public Health Infrastructure in Tribal Communities - DP17-1704 and Tribal Practices for Wellness in Indian Country - DP18-1812 . CDC FY 2017 Funding to Tribal Grantees by Funding Mechanism Notice of Funding Opportunity or Grant FY 2017 Funding DP15-1502: Organized Approaches to Increase Colorectal Cancer Screening PS15-1502.NU65: Comprehensive High-Impact HIV Prevention Projects Preventive Health Services: PPHF 2016 Preventive Health and Health Services Block Grant (financed solely by PPHF) OT13-1302.NU38: Building Capacity of the Public Health System to Improve Population Health through National, Non-Profit Organizations (financed in part by PPHF) OT13-1303: Tribal Public Health Capacity Building and Quality Improvement PS13-001: Natural History and Prevention of Viral Hepatitis Among Alaska Natives Grand Total

$732,400 $695,198 $93,766 $2,720,643 $549,996 $131,522 $43,923,265 CDC FY 2017 Funding to Tribal Recipients by Public Health Focus Public Health Focus FY 2017 Funding* $12,872,999 Cancer $350,000 Environmental Health Good Health and Wellness in Indian Country (e.g., diabetes, obesity, and tobacco use) $15,389,766 Hepatitis $131,522 HIV/AIDS

$695,198 $381,743 Injury Prevention and Control $1,553,896 Public Health Capacity Building - General Public Health Capacity Building Chronic disease focused Preventive Health and Health Services Block Grant Racial & Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) $8,500,000 $93,766 $2,212,169 $1,242,206 WISEWOMAN $500,000 Zika Grand Total $43,923,265 *Funding from grants and cooperative agreements to all tribal grantees and funding to TECs CDC FY 2017 Funding to Tribal Organizations through Contracts

ADVANCED SYSTEMS DESIGN, INC. - $969,702 AFFIGENT, LLC - $78,924 AKIMA SUPPORT OPERATIONS, LLC - $328,742 ALEUT INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, LLC - $273,079 ALEUT O&M SERVICES, LLC - $44,489 ALUTIIQ PROFESSIONAL TRAINING, LLC - $1,963,963 ALUTIIQ TECHNICAL SERVICES LLC - $852,864 CHENEGA FACILITIES MANAGEMENT, LLC - $1,515,389 CHENEGA GOVERNMENT CONSULTING, LLC - $1,010,961 CHENEGA PROFESSIONAL & TECHNICAL SERVICES, LLC $2,252,144 CHENEGA TOTAL ASSET PROTECTION, LLC - $22,507,355 CHEROKEE NATION ASSURANCE, L.L.C. - $10,074,687 CHICKASAW HEALTH CONSULTING, LLC - $3,938,808 CHICKASAW MANAGEMENT SERVICES, LLC - $3,058,442

CNI ADVANTAGE, LLC - $25,246,609 CNI TECHNICAL SERVICES, LLC - $4,627,244 EAGLE GLOBAL SCIENTIFIC LLC - $2,128,466 EAGLE MEDICAL SERVICES, LLC - $19,006,185 FACILITY SUPPORT SERVICES, LLC - $2,655,623 HERITAGE GLOBAL SOLUTIONS INC - $3,087 KAPILI SERVICES, LLC - $380,659 KAUFFMAN & ASSOCIATES, INC. - $767,348 LAULIMA GOVERNMENT SOLUTIONS, LLC - $3,814,677 MESO SCALE DIAGNOSTICS, LLC - $170,090 MTNT CONSTRUCTION, LLC - $4,016,159

MTNT PROPERTIES, INC. - $887,260 NAVAJO NATION TRIBAL GOVERNMENT - $7,560 NEVER ENDING TECHNOLOGY, INC. - $299,995 SCIENTIFIC SALES, INC. - $9,607 TACG, LLC - $3,068,536 TANAQ GOVERNMENT SERVICES LLC - $2,016,464 TIME SOLUTIONS, LLC - $11,878,598 TUNDRA FEDERAL, LLC - $66,788 TUVA, LLC - $25,716 WOLVERINE SERVICES, LLC - $5,567,454 ZEE TECHNOLOGIES, INC. - $5,719 S & K GLOBAL SOLUTIONS, LLC - $453,990 Grand total: $135,973,384 Thank You! For more information, contact CDC 1-800-CDC-INFO (232-4636) TTY: 1-888-232-6348 www.cdc.gov The findings and conclusions in this report are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official position of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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