International Public Health Assessment & Policy
Individuals working in the international pathway represent FSIS when engaged in international food standards activities. These public health professionals are involved in developing policies and negotiating agreements in response to emerging issues affecting international food safety and trade. Individuals working in this area are responsible for making authoritative recommendations to promote a unified Agency approach that constitutes the U.S. government policy in the international trade of meat, poultry, and egg products.
- International Staff - GS 12-14 and SES Leader
- Manager, Codex Alimentarius - SES
- Program Manager (Director) - GS 15
- Senior Advisor, International Food Safety Coordination - SL
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