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01 Independent
Departments

In 2016, KCDC underwent organizational restructuring by changing the General Affairs Department to the Planning and Coordination Department and made efforts to operate a call center by establishing an Administration and an Office of Communication.

In its approximately 70-year history since Korea’s liberation, KCDC, with Osong Biovalley as momentum for a new beginning, has been acquiring national-level medical and bioscience knowledge as resources and leading national disease control studies in response to future environmental changes, such as climate change. In addition, it pioneers global public health studies by promoting close international cooperation and exchanges. In 2016, KCDC restructured its organization by changing the General Affairs Department to the Planning and Coordination Department and established an Administration Team and an Office of Communication in order to strengthen cooperation among its subsidiary centers and improve its information competencies. At the same time, KCDC is dedicating the utmost efforts to overcoming the crisis of infectious diseases at an earlier phase by swiftly and consistently providing correct information to the public in times of crisis.

Independent Departments table - divistion of, objective
Division of Objective
Administration
  • Perform human resources of KCDC
  • Perform education and training of officers belonging to KCDC
  • Perform general affairs, education, accounting, and audit
  • Take charge of payrolls and provide welfare of employees
  • Control the security of documents, official seal, and official seal register
  • Control the form of management, evaluation, standards, etc. of records
  • Manage national property and supplies and make contracts for supplies, service, and construction
  • Perform maintenance of experiment and laboratory equipment
  • Perform maintenance of property, office buildings, and vehicles
Research Planning
  • Carry out planning for national R&D projects and oversee performance management
  • Supervise the support secretariat for the Government-wide R&D Committee on Infectious Diseases
  • Prepare and settle an R&D budget for Korea NIH
  • Review, evaluate, and manage research projects (intramural and extramural research)
  • Formulate and amend the regulation and guidelines on Korea NIH’s research
  • Carry out international cooperation affairs of Korea NIH
  • Carry out cooperation affairs among Korea NIH, industry, and academia as well as internal and external cooperation affairs (university-institute program, internship program, facility tour, volunteering activities, etc.)
  • Operate education and training programs for the employees of Korea NIH
  • Support administrative work of research projects
Biosafety Evaluation & Control
  • Risk assessment of Living Modified Organisms(LMOs) posed to the human health.
  • Management of Bio-containment laboratories(facilities).
  • Biosafety assessment and authorization of genetically modified experiments.
  • Biosafety management of High-Risk Pathogens (HRPs).
  • Collection and sharing of biosafety information
  • Development of risk assessment technique for emerging pathogens.
  • The support and compliance of institutional research
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