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California Local Health Jurisdictions
Letter of Award for Tuberculosis Funding Final RTA 2023–2024 – March 1, 2024

David Canton, DO

Health Officer

Butte County Public Health Department

202 Mira Loma Drive

Oroville, CA 95965-3500

Dear Dr. Canton:

Letter of Award:

Real-time Allotment Number: 2304R-TA00

Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) Number: 079875838

Funding Period: July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2024

 This letter is confirmation of your local assistance award to support tuberculosis (TB) prevention and control activities in fiscal year (FY) 2023-2024.

Real-Time Allotment

The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Tuberculosis Control Branch (TBCB) is increasing the amount of the Real-time Allotment awarded to the California local health jurisdictions listed below, with the understanding that your staff will work with CDPH TBCB staff in carrying out your program's TB control efforts.​​

The amount is based on the number of TB cases and case characteristics reported by your jurisdiction between November 1 and December 31, 2023 and the number of evaluations completed between November 1 and November 30, 2023 for immigrants arriving in your jurisdiction with a TB B-1 classification. Funds are issued for up to five TB cases and/or case characteristics per calendar year; completed B1-notification evaluations are not limited.

This award is valid and enforceable only if the enacted State of California FY 20232024 budget and the 2023 and 2024 Federal budgets make sufficient funds available for the purposes of this program.​

Real-time Allotment Summary for FY 2023–2024 ​​

JurisdictionReal-time Allotment AwardedState FundsFederal FundsTotal
1ButteInitial installment - June$8,368 $10,977 $19,345

Revised installment - November -
Final installment - March$198 $224 $422
2El DoradoInitial installment - June---
Revised installment - November $1,938 $2,163 $4,101
Final installment - March$10,497 $14,012 $21,509
3KingsInitial installment - June$495 $560 $1,055
Revised installment - November $3,975 $4,438 $8,413
Final installment - March$3,071 $3,442 $6,513
4MaderaInitial installment - June$10,018 $11,210 $21,228
Revised installment - November $5,634 $6,336 $11,970
Final installment - March$198 $224 $422
5Santa CruzInitial installment - June$6,142 $6,884 $13,026
Revised installment - November $5,913 $6,601 $12,514
Final installment - March$198 $224 $422
6NapaInitial installment - June$15,194 $18,288 $33,482
Revised installment - November $1,232 $1,391 $2,623
Final installment - March$99 $112 $211
7SutterInitial installment - June$2,334 $2,611 $4,945
Revised installment - November $1,529 $1,727 $3,256
Final installment - March$2,136 $2,387 $4,523
8TehamaInitial installment - June---
Revised installment - November ---
Final installment - March$3,071 $3,442 $6,513
Total$82,240 $97,253 $176,493 ​

Managing Your Real-Time Allotment

The allotment can be used for allowable expenditures listed on page 12 of the FY 2023–2024 Tuberculosis Control Local Assistance Funds Standards and Procedures Manual, available at Resources for Local Health Departments.

Reimbursement of your expenditures is contingent upon compliance with these standards and procedures. To comply with federal restrictions on fund use, reimbursement of medication expenditures is limited to the amount of the state fund portion of the award.

Approximately 6% of Real-time Allotments are derived from funds intended to be used to enhance treatment adherence, prevent homelessness, and/or promote least restrictive alternatives that decrease or obviate the need for detention. Allotment recipients may use the funds awarded, as needed, for food, shelter, incentives and enablers (FSIE) for TB patients, contacts to TB patients and patients who are suspected of having TB.​

Invoicing Real-Time Allotments Expenditures

  • When invoicing for approved expenditures, please:

    • Refer to the FY 2023–2024 Tuberculosis Control Local Assistance Funds Standards and Procedures Manual and invoice templates available (link above)

    • Bill to: California Department of Public Health, Tuberculosis Control Branch

    • The amount in the “Total” line of Column “A” (Allotment Amount) should reflect the total amount of state and federal funds awarded to date (“Total Real-time Allotment”) in the above table

    • Submit on your organization’s letterhead, signed electronically or in blue ink

  • ​​Real-time Allotment invoices are due on:

  • Quarter​​

    ​Period Covered

    ​Due Date


    ​July 1 through September 30

    ​November 15


    ​October 1 through December 31

    ​February 15


    ​January 1 through March 31

    ​May 15


    ​April 1 through June 30

    ​August 15

  • If an invoice will not be emailed by the quarterly due date, please contact the CDPH TBCB Fiscal Analyst to request an extension.

  • Invoices for FY 2023–2024 will not be processed until:

    • Signed copies of the certifications listed below have been received, and

    • The CDPH TBCB has received a signed “Acceptance of Award” form.

Accepting Your Real-Time Allotment

To acknowledge acceptance of this award and the conditions, please return the “Acceptance of Award” form with an authorized signature (electronic or in blue ink).​

 Unless submitted previously for FY 2023–2024, the following forms also require an authorized signature:

  • Darfur Contracting Act

  • Special Terms and Conditions

  • Contractor Certification Clauses

  • Certification of Established Electronic Directly Observed Therapy (eDOT) Policies and Procedures (if applicable)

Please submit all documents in electronic form or as a color scanned PDF by email only to​

Requesting Funds for Additional FSIE Expenditures

Should you need FSIE funds in excess of your Real-time Allotment, a request for additional FSIE funds can be made anytime before May 31, 2024. Requests will be approved if unexpended funds are available. For complete information regarding requests for additional funds, please refer to Part 2, Section 3 of the FY 2023–2024​ Tuberculosis Control Local Assistance Funds Standards and Procedures Manual.

Fiscal questions should be directed to your TBCB Fiscal Analyst. Programmatic questions should be directed to your TBCB Program Liaison.


Signature of Juanita Velasquez

Juanita Velasquez

Assistant Chief

California Department of Public Health | Tuberculosis Control Branch

850 Marina Bay Parkway | Building P, 2nd Floor |​ Richmond, CA 94804-6403

(510) 620-3000 ● (510) 620-3034 FAX

Internet Address:​​​​​​