Hospital Preparedness Program (HPP) and Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) Cooperative Agreements / PHEP Supplemental for Ebola Preparedness and Response Activities

The threat of Ebola virus disease (EVD) is a top national public health priority.

To protect the nation, CDC is providing supplemental funding to the current 62 Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) cooperative agreement awardees to support accelerated state and local public health preparedness

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planning and operational readiness for responding to Ebola.

The funding is intended to:
Support accelerated public health preparedness planning for EVD within state, local territorial, and tribal public health systems Improve and assure operational readiness for EVD, Support state, local, territorial, and tribal Ebola public health response efforts, and Assure collaboration, coordination, and partnership with the jurisdiction’s healthcare system to assist in the development of a tiered system for EVD patient care.

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Note: Eligible entities are restricted to the current 62 PHEP awardees as listed in the table below.

Eligible Applicants The following recipients that are currently funded under FOA TP12-1201 may submit an application.

Awardee Awardee Alabama Montana Alaska Nebraska American Samoa Nevada Arizona New Hampshire Arkansas New Jersey California New Mexico Chicago New York Colorado New York City Connecticut North Carolina Delaware North Dakota Florida Northern Mariana Islands Georgia Ohio Guam Oklahoma Hawaii Oregon Idaho Palau Illinois Pennsylvania Indiana Puerto Rico Iowa Rhode Island Kansas South Carolina Kentucky South Dakota Los Angeles County Tennessee Louisiana Texas Maine Utah Marshall Islands Vermont Maryland Virgin Islands (U.S.) Massachusetts Virginia Michigan Washington Micronesia Washington, D.C.

Minnesota West Virginia Mississippi Wisconsin Missouri Wyoming

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