Immunization Related Grants
DSHS Immunization related grants have a budget to support the scope of work that typically provides funding for clinical and administrative salaries, employee fringe benefits, supplies (medical or office), contractual services and in some cases, equipment. Many of the Immunization related grants do generate Program Income (PI) via client’s copays or through third-party payments.
According to Uniform Terms and Conditions of the grant, section 2.08, Program Income is “Income directly generated from funds provided under this Contract or earned only as a result of such funds is Program Income. Unless otherwise required under the Program, Grantee shall use the addition alternative, as provided in UGMS _.25(g)(2), for the use of Project income to further the Program, and Grantee shall spend the Program Income on the Project.”
CFDA Number 93.268 has led to agreements for Immunization Cooperative between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Department of Health and Human Services with the assistance type Project Grants. They have previously been published as Immunization Grants and Vaccines for Children Program but are now known as the Immunization CoAg and Vaccines for Children Program
Additional awards related to immunization include ALN Number 93.344 and ALN Number 93.185. ALN Number 93.344 Research, Monitoring and Outcomes Definitions for Vaccine Safety are cooperative agreements for vaccine safety research. ALN are cooperative agreements for providing public information for preventable diseases.
*Assistance Listing Numbers (ALN), formerly the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA).
The following is the grants amount chart for the Texas Department of Health and Human Services (DSHS) for the years 2018 to 2022 in two awards under ALN Number 93.268, i.e., NH23IP922616 and NH23IP000773.
Total Grants Amount
CDC assists states and communities in establishing and preventing health service programs so individuals can be immunized against vaccine-preventable diseases like measles, rubella, poliomyelitis, diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, varicella, mumps, Hemophilus influenza type b, influenza and pneumococcal pneumonia. More information about Immunization Cooperative Agreements.
Applicable cost principles, audit requirements, and administrative requirements include:
|Applicable Entity||Applicable Cost Principles||Audit Requirements||Administrative Requirements|
|State, Local and Tribal Governments||2 CFR, Part 225||2 CFR Part 200, Subpart F and UGMS*||2 CFR Part 200 and UGMS*|
|Educational Institutions||2 CFR, Part 220||2 CFR Part 200, Subpart F and UGMS*||2 CFR Part 200 and UGMS*|
|Non-Profit Organizations||2 CFR, Part 230||2 CFR 200, Subpart F and UGMS*||2 CFR Part 200 and UGMS*|
|For-Profit Organization other than a hospital and an organization named in OMB Circular A-122 (2 CFR Part, 230) as not subject to that circular.||48 CFR Part 31, Contract Cost Principles Procedures, or uniform cost accoung standards that comply with cost principles acceptable to the federal or state awarding agency||2 CFR Part 200, Subpart F and UGMS*||2 CFR Part 200 and UGMS*|
* UGMS was replaced by TxGMS on January 1, 2022. If a state awarding agency adds funds to a grant that existed before March 1, 2021, TxGMS will apply to it from that point forward. Unless the state awarding agency specifically indicates that TxGMS will not apply. For further information, visit Texas Comptroller Grant Management
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