Right from the horse’s mouth: “Although the CDC Foundation was chartered by Congress, it is not a government agency nor is it a division of cdc. It is a private, nonprofit organization classified as a 501(c)(3) public charity.”
For more than a half century, CDC has been a leader in scientific research committed to protect the American people and keep Americans healthy, safe and secure. CDC works with the private sector because public-private partnerships advance CDC’s mission of protecting Americans. These partnerships allows us to accomplish more by working together rather than separately.
The agency’s pledge to the American people includes being a diligent steward of the funds entrusted to it. Before accepting outside gifts, CDC reviews each one thoroughly to ensure that all relevant legal authorities, policies, and guidelines are followed. Public-private partnerships help federal agencies do more with less, build on the capabilities of others, leverage collective action, improve performance, and realize cost savings.
We continually work to protect our scientific and programmatic integrity, maintain accountability, and find solutions to our nation’s most pressing public health problems. We recognize the value of open discussion and remain committed to improving and maintaining our processes of ethical protections. CDC’s highest priority is to keep people safe. We leverage our medical and scientific expertise and our partnerships to diffuse health threats and make our country and our world a better place to live.
What Is the Federal Reserve?
Simply put the federal reserve is a group of big banks that charge interest to governments to print currency. They are a large bank that the government goes to get loans. The federal reserve cartel enslaved us all to fill their pockets. They rigged the system so there is never enough currency available to pay all the current debt.
If everyone stopped buying things on credit and payed off their debts the economy would crumple because the amount of currency supply would be greatly reduced. This would result in high unemployment rates, defaults, repossessions, and bankruptcies.