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Procurement and Grants Office

The CDC's Procurement and Grants Office (PGO) performs a variety of duties related to the administration of federal procurements and grants. PGO is divided into the following organizational segments:

The CDC's Small Business Program is also located in the Procurement and Grants Office.

In Fiscal Year 1995, PGO obligated approximately 2.1 billion dollars in contracts (including purchase orders), grants, and cooperative agreements. These dollars are broken down into the organizational branches as follows: GMB: $1.89 billion, PAB-A: $96 million, PAB-W: $33 million and CPB: $63 million.


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The Grants Management Branch (GMB) is responsible for the awarding and administration of CDC’s grants and cooperative agreements and those of the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR).

Federal Register Notices of opportunities to compete for grants and cooperative agreements are published in the Federal Register.

Application packets for current competitive announcements may be requested by calling 404-332-4561, an automated voice mail system organized by Program Announcement number. You may also request the application packet by E-mail to the Grants Specialist listed in the announcement or by E-mail to gmbinbox@cdc.gov. Application packets must be requested by Announcement Number, as it will be impossible to respond without it.

Grant and cooperative agreement funding opportunities may be available under a variety of program categories. To view a list of categories and Program Announcments, please click here. Program Announcements are provided only for those programs with current funding opportunities, unless they are recurring programs.

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The Program Acquisition Branches (PAB) of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are responsible for the acquisition of program related health studies, professional services and research and development. The PAB in Atlanta supports the CDC offices in Atlanta as well as the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR). The Washington PAB office supports the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) in Hyattsville, Maryland. The contracts awarded by the PABs are typically cost-type contracts with some time-and-materials, fixed price, and task order type contracts. Many of the contracts are term type contracts which result in a final deliverable to the Government, while others are for recurring services for a fixed period of time. All competitive procurements are advertised in the Commerce Business Daily (CBD) and copies of solicitation packages may be obtained by sending WRITTEN requests referencing the solicitation number published in the CBD (no telephone requests will be accepted) to:

Program Acquisition Branch (Atlanta)

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Program Acquisition Branch
255 E. Paces Ferry Road, NE, Room 500
Atlanta, GA 30305

FAX: (404)842-6727
Program Acquisition Branch (Washington)

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Program Acquisition Branch (Washington)
6525 Belcrest Road, Room 1170
Hyattsville, MD 20782

FAX: (301)436-3591

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The Contracts and Purchases Branch (CPB) plans and conducts the procurement of services, automated data processing equipment and services, equipment, commodities, construction. and architectural and engineering services for CDC Programs. Procurement methods encompass contracting through sealed bidding, negotiated procurement procedures, simplified acquisition procedures and established sources. All competitive procurements over $25,000 are advertised in the Commerce Business Daily and copies of solicitation packages may be obtained by sending WRITTEN requests referencing the solicitation number published in the CBD (no telephone requests will be accepted) to:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,

255 E. Paces Ferry Road, NE, Rm. 419,
Atlanta, GA 30305

FAX: (404) 842-6896.

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The CDC Small Business Program: The Small Business Office is chartered to assist small businesses, minority businesses, and women owned businesses in their efforts to seek contracting opportunities with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in accordance with Federal legislation. Serving as the focal point for information and guidance, the Small Business Office executes the goals and objectives of the Department of Health and Human Services by making opportunities to participate in the agency’s procurement activities available. These opportunities to demonstrate capabilities and develop proficiency are generated by examining agency requirements for goods and services and weighing them in comparison to available small businesses that are responsive and responsible. This further requires the Small Business Office to interface with a myriad of business associations, facilitate interagency coordination, and maintain a pool of potential sources. Source development is accomplished by maintaining a Bidder’s Mailing List. Due to the competitive nature of contracting, ability to perform is essential. For questions or information on the CDC small business program, send e-mail to ckb9@cdc.gov.

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