The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) is regulated by the "Regulation (EC) No 851/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 april 2004 establishing a European Centre for disease prevention and control". ECDC's main source of funding is a subsidy from the EU general budget.
Certain service standards and values guide the ECDC in its work. These include transparency, independence and open access to scientific content. ECDC also strives to be a quality-driven, service-minded organisation that acts as one team.
ECDC financial regulation, its implementing rules, annual budgets, accounts and other financial documents.
The ECDC work programmes include the annual strategic objectives and priorities for the agency.
Planned scientific outputs
As part of the on-going commitment to transparency towards its stakeholders with regards to reporting of ECDC’s activities and their results, ECDC is providing access to a list of planned scientific outputs.
Annual reports of the Director
The Director’s annual report provides an overview of the Centre’s accomplishments and a summary of the Centre’s financial and administrative operations.