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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Division of State and Local Readiness

Description: 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) awards the Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) Cooperative Agreement to 62 states, territories, and directly funded localities. The Outcome Monitoring and Evaluation Branch (OMEB) within the Division of State and Local Readiness in the Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response develops measures of performance, collects data, and reports on a variety of capabilities required to prepare for and respond to public health emergencies.

Supplier: 
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Data Years Available: 
2006-present
Periodicity: 
Annual
Mode of Collection: 
Self reported data.
Selected Content: 
Data may come from exercises or real incidents, provided they meet the specifications and criteria outlined for each measure. Awardees are strongly encouraged to submit performance measure data on multiple exercises and real incidents. However, awardees are required to submit performance measure data based on their one best demonstration of the capability. Awardees are requested to nominate their most comprehensive or challenging example of performing the capability, provided the methods meet the specifications and criteria outlined for the measure.
Population Covered: 
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Methodology: 
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Response Rates and Sample Size: 
For budget period 10 (August 9, 2009 to August 10, 2010), 100% of the PHEP funded states responded The sample size included all 50 states (excluding the District of Columbia).
Interpretation Issues: 
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References: 
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