Members of the public—including individuals, stakeholders, and organizations—are invited to provide comments on the proposed Healthy People 2030 framework for consideration by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The framework will guide the selection and prioritization of objectives for Healthy People 2030.
This round of public comment will be open until September 29, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. E.T.
If you would like to submit a comment, please register or log in. You may review comments without registering. Submit a Comment.
You may comment on individual sections or leave a general comment on the entire framework. Review the draft framework.
Comments should be clear, concise, and specific to the proposed concepts and language. All comments will be moderated. Only comments that meet the guidelines below will be published.
Public comment is an essential part of the multiyear development process for Healthy People 2030. HHS will carefully review the comments received during this public comment period and they will inform the final version of the Healthy People 2030 framework.
Please note: HHS is not accepting proposals for objectives to be included in Healthy People 2030 at this point. The public will be invited to comment on proposed objectives in the future.
The Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP) maintains an online public comment database for the purpose of facilitating public input and participation in the development of our programs. All submitted comments are reviewed prior to being published online and should adhere to the following guidelines:
- Comments must be related to the stated purpose of the request. Public comments are requested for specific purposes, which are stated at the top of online comment collection forms. Comments unrelated to the stated purpose will not be published.
- Comments must be suitable for online publication. Comments that contain profanity, inappropriate images, copyrighted materials, or that are intended to defame specific individuals (i.e., slander or libel) or groups of individuals (i.e., derogatory or discriminatory remarks) will not be published.
- Comments must not contain information that is exempt from public disclosure. Public availability of comments is subject to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). FOIA exempts certain types of information from public disclosure. Comments that contain information that is exempt under FOIA will not be published. visit: https://www.foia.gov/faq.html#exemptions.