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Division of Public Health Grants and Contracts (GAC) System

Valuable information is available on this page for local and tribal health departments (LHD) regarding the overall contracting process and LHD allocations.

The tabs below provide detailed information regarding the consolidated contracts between the Division of Public Health (DPH) and LHDs.

The consolidated contract combines funding for multiple programs into a single, cost-based reimbursement contract for each LHD.

  COVID-19 impact on Grants and Contracts

View program-specific contracting guidance during the COVID-19 response.

COVID Funding Crosswalk (Excel)

View FAQs related to budgeting for isolation or quarantine during a public health emergency


The 2024 consolidated contract covers the timeframe from October 2023 through September 2025.


The 2023 consolidated contract covers the timeframe from October 2022 through September 2024.

Program information

The Preventive Health and Health Services (PHHS) Block Grant runs from October 2021 through September 2023, therefore it is part of the 2022 contracts. Please select the 2022 accordion below for current program information.


The 2021 consolidated contract covers the timeframe from October 2020 through December 2024.

Program information

Public Health Infrastructure Grant information

Public Health Infrastructure SharePoint for Local Health Departments website

This SharePoint site is accessible to all local health officers and, upon request, local public health staff. To request access to the PHI SharePoint site, please email

Additional information

For questions, comments, or concerns regarding contracting, contact DPH.

Accessing GAC

The GAC system, is a DPH tool for conducting the contracting process between DPH and its partners, local health departments and private agencies. The GAC System and its associated processes are owned and managed by the Division of Public Health. GAC is a secure, password-protected, web-based application that facilitates the negotiation of programmatic objectives and tracks funding allocations. All users are required to have a Wisconsin user account and be assigned appropriate access (role).

If you have already been assigned a GAC role, Enter GAC to log in.

If you do not have an assigned GAC role, please complete the following two-step process:

Step 1

Obtain Wisconsin User Account. After completing step 1, return to this page to go to step 2.

Step 2

Request Access to GAC. Requires login using your Wisconsin user ID and password.

Last revised November 16, 2023