U.S. National Vaccine Plan
Established in 2010, the National Vaccine Plan (NVP) is the nation’s leading roadmap for a 21st century vaccine and immunization enterprise. The NVP articulates a comprehensive strategy to enhance all aspects of vaccination, through the following five overarching goals:
Goal 1: Develop new and improved vaccines
Goal 2: Enhance the vaccine safety system
Goal 3: Support communications to enhance informed vaccine decision-making
Goal 4: Ensure a stable supply of, access to, and better use of recommended vaccines in the United States
Goal 5: Increase global prevention of death and disease through safe and effective vaccination
NVP Implementation Plan
Many factors may affect the ability to achieve National Vaccine Plan objectives. Opportunities may emerge that facilitate rapid progress and achievement of objectives sooner than anticipated. On the other hand, existing challenges and barriers may be more difficult to overcome than anticipated and new challenges may emerge. Recognizing these uncertainties, NVPO in coordination with the National Vaccine Advisory Committee, will conduct a mid-course review of the Plan after five years, in 2015, allowing changes to be made which respond to the reality of the environment. Modified indicators, strategies, actions, and milestones will guide subsequent annual evaluation through the overall ten-year horizon of the Plan.
Recognizing that success requires coordinated efforts from the public and private sectors, a series of stakeholder meetings were convened in the fall of 2011. These meetings provided a forum for individual stakeholder input on meeting the goals in the 2010 National Vaccine Plan for specific topics and populations. In conjunction with the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, a summary of the findings from these stakeholder meetings is available as a companion document to the Implementation Plan.
- Annual Report of the State of the National Vaccine Plan 2014
- Annual Report of the State of the National Vaccine Plan 2013