Now’s your chance to modernize your public health infrastructure.
CDC CSELS federal grant applications are expected to release in May 2022.
The CDC is offering billions in grants.
The COVID-19 epidemic exposed the flaws in many older public sector systems. Siloed public health data systems meant crucial information was difficult to analyze and disseminate. States realized they needed real-time, response-ready data—data that wasn’t there when they most needed it. Never again. The Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) is offering the Strengthening U.S. Public Health Infrastructure, Workforce, and Data Systems Grant—a $3 billion data modernization initiative. With this money, states can set up sustainable data systems, ensuring interdepartmental communication, analysis and prediction of health trends, data-backed recommendations, and much more. But you must act fast. The grant applications are expected to be open May through mid-July 2022. Writing a complex government grant proposal in a short time frame with so much at stake is challenging. Teradata, with more than 40 years of success in public sector health data systems, can help you navigate the process. Read more about the American Rescue Plan grant and how data modernization can set your state up for success, then contact us today.