US Department of Health and Human Services
Swine flu prep to disaster response, Health and Human Services (HHS) takes care of people and their health. The agency's 300-plus programs cover everything from immunizations and food safety to Medicare and emergency preparedness. It also provides services for low-income families, Head Start (pre-school), domestic violence and child abuse prevention, and substance abuse treatment and prevention. HHS uses about a quarter of all federal funds; its 2011 budget is $911 billion. Its agencies include National Institutes of Health, Food and Drug Administration, and Centers for...
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Employees are “Satisfied” 63 ratings
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Former Supervisory Human Resources Specialist in Washington, DC
Pros: I liked the opportunity to work in a federal agency with such a broad mission that touches the lives of so many of our citizens. People who work in the Operating Divisions (NIH, CDC, FDA, etc.) show a lot of passion for the work. Providing support… – Full Review
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13 US Department of Health and Human Services Salaries
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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Rockville, MD Jul 2010 – Reviewed May 27, 2014
Interview Details – Selected from a list of some 1800 applicants, most likely for diversity reasons. Interview was by Head of department and one senior official. Simple interview, nothing complicated. – Full Interview