Grant Notice for Surveillance System

CDC https://www.cdc.gov has issued a forecast for a grant on July 23, 2020 to be titled Supporting and Improving the Surveillance System for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) in the U.S. (CDC-RFA-D21-2107). The estimated post-date to be September 29, 2020 with applications due November 28, 2020. The project is estimated to start September 30, 2021 with estimated total program funding to be $6,000,000.

This award will build upon the previous CKD surveillance work to continue supporting, updating, and improving the CKD Surveillance System. The goal for the funding is to improve the system by adding relevant data sources and indicators, to enhance the CKD Surveillance System website with state-of-the-art technologies and visualization tools.

In addition, CDC is requesting assistance from researchers, policy makers, medical practitioners, and states to develop and evaluate programs and policies to better prevent, detect, and manage CKD.

Eligible applicants can be nonprofits, institutions of higher education, state and county governments, Native American tribal organizations. In addition, small minority and women-owned businesses, universities and colleges research institutions, hospital community-based organizations plus additional entities are eligible.

Go to https://www.grants.gov/custom/printForecastDetails.jsp for more information, or call Nilka Rios Burrows at 770-48-1057.

 

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