Aphis Cooperative Agreements

Aphis Cooperative Agreements

Rich Johnson National Program Manager USDA APHIS PPQ – Emergency and Domestic Programs 4700 River Road, Unit 26 Riverdale, MD 20737 Phone: (301) 851-2109 Email: Richard.N.Johnson@aphis.usda.gov The NPAG, through its Executive Secretary, sends requests for NPB entry to NPB regional representatives below. They in turn ask their regional administrators for information and respond to the NPAG. It is requested that a “lack of response/concern” and any concerns about the list of pests submitted by the NPAG for review be presented. NPAG Director: Christie Bertone, Executive Secretary Christie.A.Bertone@aphis.usda.gov The purpose of the P. ramorum Regulatory Working Group is to review and/or evaluate the P. ramorum program. Go as you like to check for changes to program rules and/or protocols. The group addresses a wide range of issues, including regulatory protocols, regulatory/deregulation triggers, critical checkpoints, high-risk facilities, the impact of ground and water exposure, compliance agreements, import requirements and other relevant issues and information. Dr. Phillip Lewis Regulatory Treatments Program Coordinator USDA APHIS PPQ 1398 W. Truck Rd Buzzards Bay, MA 02542 Phone: 508-563-0914 Fax: 508-563-0903 Email: Phillip.A.Lewis@aphis.usda.gov The purpose of the National Cooperative Agricultural Plague Survey (CAPS) Committee (NCC) is to provide national and national advice for the pest detection program.

The Committee provides national guidance for monitoring the policies, procedures, budget and performance of CAPS initiatives. It helps finalize the annual policies of the CAPS National PPQ, including a list of exotic pests for the survey priority, and communicates standardized survey methods. It helps define communication objectives, strategies and plans for stakeholders represented by NCC members. The group`s objective is to review the farm bill submissions section 10201 and to prioritize the benefits and costs of the projects in order to develop an expenditure plan. The group meets once a year. The group`s objective is to assist in the review and coordination of Gypsy clod activities in the United States, make recommendations to the USDA, government agencies and private organizations, including the development and implementation of IPR programs for Gypsy clods and the elimination of isolated infestations, to implement educational programs and serve as a point of contact for national concerns about Gypsy gypsies. This advice was not active last year and is used as needed. Would you like to know more about this funding opportunity, opportunities similar to “USDA APHIS 10025 VSSPRS00 20 0124”, authorization, application service and/or application boards? The Committee on the Environment, Health, Education and Culture, Health, Health, Health, Health, Health, Health, Health, Health, Health, Health, Safety and Health, Health and Safety (

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