NATIONAL HIV/AIDS STRATEGY
In July 2010, the White House unveiled the National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States and the accompanying Federal Implementation Plan.
This document was the first wide-reaching effort by the federal government to coordinate domestic efforts on HIV/AIDS across various federal departments, agencies, and programs.
The National HIV/AIDS Strategy sets forth specific goals for HIV prevention, care, and treatment in the United States. It prioritizes reducing HIV prevalence, increasing access to case, and reducing HIV-health related disparities. The strategy is designed to build upon existing work and accomplish a number of small changes that have a big payoff.
In 2015 the Office of National AIDS Policy Director unveiled the National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States: Updated To 2020, and President Obama signed an executive order to continue its work and goals through the year 2020.