CDC to award contracts for prevention program

ATLANTA: The Centers for Disease Control plans to award two communications contracts in support of the "Communities Putting Prevention to Work" initiative, according to a special notice filing in a federal database.

ATLANTA: The Centers for Disease Control plans to award two communications contracts in support of the "Communities Putting Prevention to Work" initiative, according to a special notice filing in a federal database.

The contracts are only available to firms that have Health Marketing Training and Consultant Services contract and Health Marketing Communication Services contracts. The expected length of both contracts is three years. They are funded by the Recovery Act. 

The goal of the program is "to reduce risk factors, prevent/delay chronic disease, promote wellness in children and adults, and provide positive, sustainable health change in communities," according to the Department of Health and Human Services Web site.

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