Since launching its national accreditation program in 2011, PHAB has amassed a substantial amount of quantitative and qualitative data that collectively provide insight into the value and impact of public health department accreditation. With the goal of presenting a summary of the data gathered to date, PHAB recently released an updated version of The Value and Impact of Public Health Department Initial Accreditation: A Review of Quantitative and Qualitative DataUpdated in June 2020, the report contains numbers and stories highlighting how accreditation has had meaningful impacts in health departments and the communities they serve, along with contextual information to highlight why these findings matter to health departments and their communities. In addition to featuring new data, the report includes a new section on emergency preparedness.