Centers for Disease Control

Centers for Disease Control
(1946; Atlanta; 30 executive staff; cdc.gov)

Is a national public health institute working as a federal agency under the Department of Health and Human Services of the United States. It “supports communities and citizens to prevent” diseases, and security threats whether foreign or domestic.

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Leadership: Robert Redfield (Director), Anne Schuchat (Deputy Director)
Budget:
$ 6 b (2020)

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