CDC Reorganizes Information Leadership Structure

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Jeff Brody

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued an amendment to change organizational structures involving the agency’s director, chief information and chief operating offices.

The amendment would create a new customer-centric organization that would abolish CDC’s Information Technology Services Office, Office of the Chief Information Security Officer and Management Information Systems Office, the agency said Friday in a Federal Register notice.

The organizational restructuring rewrites and establishes functions of the following offices:

  • Advanced Threat Protection Branch

  • Customer Engagement Office

  • Cyber Intelligence and Insider Threat Branch

  • Cybersecurity Program Office

  • Digital Services Office

  • Emerging Technology and Design Acceleration Branch

  • Engineering and Technologies Branch

  • Enterprise Data Office

  • Identity and Access Management Branch

  • Infrastructure Services Branch

  • Office of Business Operations

  • Office of the CIO

  • Office of the Director

  • Policy Branch

  • Product Management Branch

  • Program Services Branch

  • Program Services Branch

  • Program Services Branch

  • Risk and Compliance Branch

  • Technology Solutions Branch

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