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DHHS Business PlanThe DHHS Business Plan details priority initiatives from January, 2016 through June, 2017.  It outlines Department priorities, defines goals, identifies deliverables, and measures progress.  It also demonstrates a new level of transparency and accountability in our work to help people live better lives, with a commitment to better government, integrity and fiscal responsibility.


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Pandemic Planning Kit for Businesses (Media)

If severe pandemic flu strikes, 30-40 percent of your employees may not report to work because they’re sick, caring for sick relatives or too worried about catching the virus to take the risk.  Do you have a plan to keep your newsroom up and running?

Information and public action may mean the difference between life and death in a severe pandemic outbreak.  Nebraskans are depending on the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services to put out information they need to know and they’re depending on local media to get that information to them. 

Pandemic Planning Kit

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DHHS has several people who are experts in their fields and who are willing to come to your television or radio studio for a live interview. 

Find out how to get a DHHS expert on the air.

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