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:
HHS is Developing the 2020 National Vaccine Plan
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Reporting on the National Vaccine Plan
Since the release of the NVP, the vaccine and immunization landscape has changed; opportunities have emerged and new challenges are apparent. The Office of Infectious Disease and HIV/AIDS Policy (OIDP) regularly reviews and reports on the NVP and its goals.
- Mid-course Review of the National Vaccine Plan 2016
The Mid-course Review reflects on the priorities and progress toward goals laid out in the NVP and to identify emerging opportunities. Just as collaboration is crucial to the functionality of the vaccine and immunization enterprise, stakeholder collaboration was at the foundation of the National Vaccine Program's Mid-course Review reporting process.
- Annual Report of the State of the National Vaccine Plan 2014
- Annual Report of the State of the National Vaccine Plan 2013