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- Guidelines for Public Comments
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- PHIL Image Reuse Terms and Conditions
CDC permits reuse of some, but not all, images found on this website.
- Linking to CDC.gov
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- Use of Agency Materials
Most of the information on the CDC and ATSDR websites is not subject to copyright, is in the public domain, and may be freely used or reproduced without obtaining copyright permission.
- Notification and Federal Employee Antidiscrimination and Retaliation Act of 2002 (the No FEAR Act)
CDC Follows Public Law 107-174 (No FEAR Act), CDC Equal Employment Opportunity Data.
- Peer Review Agenda
OMB Information Quality Peer Review Agenda
- Plain Writing at CDC
Our promise to the public: Writing you can understand.
- Privacy Ruleexternal icon
Legislation and Regulation, Additional information
- Social Media Public Comment Policy
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- Website Exit Notification/Disclaimer
Rules, regulations and more information on links to other sites from CDC.gov.
Page last reviewed: October 7, 2019
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