GAO Report Examines Status Of Zika Supplemental Funding Used By HHS Agencies In 2015 Outbreak Response

U.S. Government Accountability Office: Zika Supplemental Funding: Status of HHS Agencies’ Obligations, Disbursements, and the Activities Funded
This GAO report examines how the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and its agencies have used the Zika supplemental funding appropriated by Congress to address the 2015 Zika outbreak. The report notes, “We found that they attacked the problem on a variety of fronts, including researching the virus, controlling mosquito populations, and raising public awareness about Zika and its prevention” (5/14).

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