The Alaska Native Health Consortium (ANTHC) is applying for CDC-RFA- OT18-1803 to strengthen ANTHC?s core public health functions and to improve ANTHC?s capacity to document and communicate across programs, regions and disciplines, improving delivery of essential public health services and facilitating multi-sectoral responses to local public health threats. This proposed project expands and refines a recently developed Tribal Health Network (THN) online information management platform for tracking and understanding health services in the communities that ANTHC serves. ANTHC works in collaboration with tribal health organizations (THOs) and others statewide to achieve our vision that ?Alaska Natives are the healthiest people in the world.? Over the five-year project period, the Project Director, a Software Engineer and several Alaska Native student interns will increase capacity of early career Alaska Native professionals; facilitate organization-wide quality improvements, and bring greater contextual awareness and opportunities for collaboration within and beyond ANTHC. Specific outcomes stated in the RFP include: increased implementation of tools and processes that build operational capacity and effectiveness; established multi-sectoral partnerships to address capacity building and quality improvement; and increased coordination of multi-sector partnerships to generate collective public health impact. This increase in public health capacity and infrastructure will ultimately help to: 1) improve delivery of essential public health services; and 2) facilitate multi-sectoral responses to local public health threats.