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NIAID Content Inventory

NIAID developed this inventory of content as required by Section 207(f)(2) of the E-Government Act of 2002. This inventory is intended to be comprehensive.

In preparing this inventory, NIAID has reviewed information collected as part of the redesign process for www.niaid.nih.gov, including citizen comments via email, a customer survey, focus groups, and usability tests; current website statistics indicating usage of existing content; and related information developed through the Information Quality Guidelines process (per Section 515 of Public Law 106-554, known as the Data Quality Act).

This document was posted May 1, 2005, and will be updated as required by the E-Government Act of 2002.

For more information about the content inventory and the E-Gov Act, please visit these links:

Categories of Information Disseminated by NIAID

  • Column 1 lists the categories of information HHS disseminates.
  • Column 2 indicates the priority HHS assigns to publication of each category.
    • Priority 1: Urgent public health emergency and safety information.
    • Priority 2: Time-sensitive information.
    • Priority 3: Information of interest to a broad spectrum of audiences.
    • Priority 4: Other information.
  • Column 3 indicates the publication schedule for the category.

 

Category Priority Publication Target
Urgent public health emergency and safety information disseminated on a real-time basis in order to protect the health of the public against urgent and emerging threats.
1 As available, unless otherwise required by law
Press information, including press releases, fact sheets, speeches, events, and testimony. 2 As available, unless otherwise required by law
Authoritative health, scientific, and consumer information intended for consumers and the professional community.
3 As available, unless otherwise required by law
Guidelines and standards related to public health, health care, research, social services, safety, etc. 4 As available, unless otherwise required by law
General departmental information, such as mission and function statements, leadership biographies, visitor information, employment opportunities, staff directories, etc.
4 As available, unless otherwise required by law
Science education materials and training modules for students at all levels and researchers. 3 As available, unless otherwise required by law
Programmatic and administrative information, including descriptive narratives, statistical information, technical assistance materials, best practices, and reports.
4 As available, unless otherwise required by law
Grant and contract policy and funding information related to all programmatic activities. 2 As available, unless otherwise required by law
Public health surveillance and epidemiological data and analyses from public health surveillance systems and epidemiological activities.
3 As available, unless otherwise required by law
Peer-reviewed scientific research. 3 As available, unless otherwise required by law
Research resources such as data banks, gene collections, model organisms, cell registries, and reagent repositories.
4 As available, unless otherwise required by law
Reports to Congress as required by statute.
4 As required by law
Program evaluation studies undertaken to assess program activities and identify opportunities for improvement.
4 As available, unless otherwise required by law
Regulatory information in support of regulatory development and decision-making. 2 As available, unless otherwise required by law
Computer software intended to support individual decision-making, professional practice, and governmental activities at the state and local level.
4 As available, unless otherwise required by law

 

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Last Updated March 23, 2010