The mission of the Office of Infectious Disease and HIV/AIDS Policy (OIDP) is to provide strategic leadership and management, while encouraging collaboration, coordination, and innovation among federal agencies and stakeholders to reduce the burden of infectious diseases. I would like info on... HIV/AIDSVaccinesViral hepatitisBlood and tissue safetyTick-borne diseases Image Advising the Nation OIDP oversees five federal advisory committees that leverage expert advice to prevent infectious diseases in the United States. Initiatives OIDP develops, coordinates, and supports a range of infectious disease initiatives including Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S., the Minority HIV/AIDS Fund (MHAF), and actions to prevent healthcare-associated infections. National Action Plans Learn about National Action Plans to prevent infectious diseases related to HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted infections, vaccines, and viral hepatitis. Advisory Committees Explore OIDP’s five expert advisory committees and workgroups focused on HIV/AIDS, vaccines, antibiotic-resistance, tick-borne diseases, and blood and tissue safety and availability. Topics OIDP covers a number of topics related to infections disease and healthcare-associated infections including antibiotic resistance, blood and tissue safety and availability, HIV/AIDS, vaccines, viral hepatitis, sexually transmitted infections, and tick-borne diseases. About Us Learn more about the Office of Infectious Disease and HIV/AIDS Policy including our mission and team.