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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Personal Protective Technology Laboratory is playing a critical role in the nation’s battle against the coronavirus. In addition to standardizing and regulating personal protective equipment, the agency is also examining mental health issues related to workplace safety during the pandemic.
Corey Hoffman, a biologist at the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority, is supporting the agency’s director and senior leaders in their response to COVID-19 by identifying where the agency should focus its efforts and which partners it should work with.
NASA employees are adapting projects currently underway and developing new ideas to help combat the coronavirus pandemic. Learn more about the ventilator, oxygen helmet and other tools that NASA engineers created in recent months.
From the outset of the coronavirus pandemic, NASA leaders recognized the importance of communicating clearly to employees using multiple channels. We spoke with Joel Carney in NASA’s Office of Mission Support Operations to discuss how the agency has kept its employees up to date during the pandemic.
With 85% of its global workforce working remotely because of COVID-19, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency needed to determine how best to communicate in a virtual environment. We spoke with the agency about how senior leadership works closely with the public affairs team to maintain engagement throughout the crisis.
Three doctors at the Veterans Health Administration are focused on increasing the accessibility, capacity, quality and experience of health care for veterans. Their work is critical now during the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure veterans get the care they need.