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Division of High-Consequence Pathogens and Pathology (DHCPP)

Office of the Director Mission Statement

  1. Directs and manages the programs and activities of DHCPP;
  2. Provides leadership and guidance on policy, program planning and development, program management, and operations;
  3. Coordinates or assures coordination with the appropriate CDC, OID, and NCEZID offices on administrative and program matters;
  4. Reviews, prepares, and coordinates congressional testimony and briefing documents related to high consequence viral, bacterial, and prion diseases, and analyzes programmatic and policy implications of legislative proposals;
  5. Represents CDC, OID, and NCEZID programs and prevention policies in meetings with other governmental, private, and international organizations;
  6. Serves as CDC, OID, and NCEZID's primary internal and external communications contact regarding high consequence viral, bacterial, and prion disease issues;
  7. Advises CDC, OID, and NCEZID on policy matters concerning DHCPP programs and activities.
 
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