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National Organizations of State and Local Officials

$416,521,084

Total Assistance, FY 2008 to Present
Agency: HEALTH RESOURCES AND SERVICES ADMINISTRATION, HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF
Assistance Type: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS
Popular Name: NOSLO
CFDA Number
93.011

Objectives: The purpose of the HRSA National Organizations of State and Local Officials (NOSLO) cooperative agreement is to support technical assistance, promotion of best practices, and innovative solutions to emerging and ongoing national health priorities such as communicable disease prevention and suppression, childhood obesity, substance use disorders and/or mental health. By promoting collaboration and partnership among major stakeholder organizations representing state and local public health officials and other HRSA award recipients, this cooperative agreement helps develop and promote public and private sector strategies to improve access to quality services and help to build a skilled health workforce, key tenets of HRSA’s mission and in support of the Secretary’s key principles of service and sustainability. The NOSLO program will address three core functions related to the program purpose and expectations: (1) training and technical assistance (T/TA) in program management and operational support; (2) policy, program development/analysis and information exchange; and (3) collaboration, coordination and promoting partnerships. Applicants must outline specific activities under each required core function targeted to strengthening the organizational capacities of state and local health departments, their political subdivisions, and HRSA award recipients. The projects will also address program priorities for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, such as the implementation of the Healthy People 2030, and the evolving health care landscape at the national, state and local levels. This includes projects that can assist states and local governments to achieve improved health outcomes for underserved populations and better services and value for state programs.

 
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