- Published on Oct 30, 2014
What is a CDC intelligence officer? To understand the answer, you first have to realize that the CDC models itself after the U.S. military which is why CDC “officers” wear military costumes when appearing before Congress, complete with shoulder stripes, stars and badges.
Just as with the U.S. Army, the CDC also has “intelligence officers” whose jobs include gathering intelligence, analyzing intelligence and conducting counterintelligence ops. The CDC’s sanitized description of this job is found on this web page which states:
EIS officers are on the public health frontlines, conducting epidemiologic investigations, research, and public health surveillance both nationally and internationally.
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