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Mission of PHS Engineers
PHS engineers play a vital role in the overall PHS mission to protect and advance the health of the nation:
- Provide sound engineering expertise in the support of specific agency objectives
- Use engineering skills to safeguard the public and to research and identify solutions to the many health-related problems that face our nation
- Remain on the cutting edge of engineering disciplines and technology as we face the health and environmental challenges of the future
- Provide assistance directly to the American people in the form of professional consultation and the provision of health-related facilities
To increase participation across the category we created a webform to anonymously capture questions and/or concerns you may be hesitant to ask. During EPAC General Meetings or through the EPAC Listerv as appropriate, we will answer questions submitted through this webform. Please take this opportunity to let us know what is on your mind.
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