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OMH Support for the Transfer of Funds for Public Purpose

  • OMH 2002 Standard Cooperative Agreements
  • OMH 2002 Umbrella Cooperative Agreements
  • OMH 2000 Standard and Umbrella Cooperative AgreementsOpen in Adobe Acrobat

    Cooperative Agreements are administered by the Office of Minority Health (OMH). Cooperative agreements support research, demonstration and evaluations, test new and innovative models, increase knowledge and understanding of health risk factors, and develop mechanisms that support better information dissemination, education, prevention, and service delivered to individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds.

    There are two types of cooperative agreements administered in OMH, standard and umbrella. The standard cooperative agreement has a single scope of work similar to a grant. The umbrella cooperative agreement provide a broad programmatic framework in which specific projects can be supported by various government agencies during the project period.

  • Statement by Nathan Stinson, Jr. Ph.D., M.D., M.P.H., April 4, 2002.
      Learn more about OMH's role in eliminating racial and ethnic disparities in health utilizing cooperative agreements.