The Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) specifies responsibilities of all Nebraska local health departments (LHD) who have agreed to work together to respond to public health emergencies and investigations of disease outbreaks or public health hazards.
This document provides an example of a four-year intergovernmental agreement among six counties in Colorado officially recognizing the collaborative efforts of their jurisdictions to develop regional agreements, activities, and infrastructure for shared public health services in an effort to increase capacity, contain costs, maximize assets and effectively impact health outcomes.
This document establishes the operating structure among a six county public health partnership in Colorado regarding attendance at meetings, decision making, activities, resource management, and roles of chair, vice chair, and coordinator.
This Letter of Agreement for a Public Health Shared Services Pilot Project is between two New York counties outlining their commitment to provide quality essential public health services effectively to their residents but acknowledges that fiscal pressures necessitate collaborative measure. The parties agree to share a public health director and deputy public health director and […]
This document is a memorandum of understanding (MOU) template for the Northwoods Preparedness Collaborative in Wisconsin, which consists of ten local public health departments that contribute a percentage of their annual public health emergency preparedness (PHEP) allocation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that is administered through the State of Wisconsin Department of […]
This is an agreement to purchase services between the State of Maine Department of Health and Human Services and the City of Portland, Maine, creating an arrangement where the City of Portland agrees to provide specified public health services for the Strategic National Stockpile Program for a specified geographic area.
This is an agreement between a town and city creating a contractual arrangement for the city to provide specified public health services on behalf of the town.
This document provides a governance plan for the Cumberland District Public Health Council in Maine whose focus is making communities in its district among the healthiest in the state.
The project charter outlines the project objectives, assumptions, scope, milestones, and potential impacts. It also allows participants to identify the project coordinator and team members and briefly describes their roles and responsibilities.