We are responsible for identifying shortfalls in pest and disease-carrying insect surveillance and control capabilities and discovering solutions to these operational challenges. These may include new equipment, insecticides, repellents, and application techniques. We often collaborate on projects with a variety of organizations to include the United States Department of Agriculture – Center for Medical, Agriculture and Veterinary Entomology, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, the Armed Forces Pest Management Board, and others.
Accurately defining and assessing shortfalls and gaps in arthropod-borne disease surveillance and control techniques, pesticides, and equipment is our first priority and depends on obtaining information from your contingency, humanitarian, and disaster relief experiences. Please submit your formal or informal reports, observations, and concerns to us:
Please submit formal or informal reports (unclassified) to us at firstname.lastname@example.org >>