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1. 1. National Animal Identification System (NAIS). April 2009. Traceability The main goal of an animal disease traceback system is to provide information regarding the source and extent of disease infection Key to protecting U.S. animal health and marketability.

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National Animal Identification System (NAIS)

April 2009

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Traceability
  • The main goal of an animal disease traceback system is to provide information regarding the source and extent of disease infection
    • Key to protecting U.S. animal health and marketability.
  • Traceability1 is the ability to document all relevant elements needed to determine the life movement history of an animal.
    • Accomplished by uniquely identifying animals, either individually or by group/lot, and recording their movements within the production chain.

1 Relative to traceability for animal disease control

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NAIS provides:
  • Standardization for data elements for IT systems
    • Compatibility of systems at local, state and federal levels
    • Opportunity for official ID and related data elements to work with industry-based programs
  • Infrastructure and information systems
    • Premises Registration
    • Animal ID
    • Tracing
premises registration
Premises Registration
  • Location identifier
  • Premises Identification Number (PIN)
    • 7 Characters
    • 123456A
    • Nationally unique
premises registration5
Premises Registration

Having the ability to plot locations within a radius of an infected premises helps determine the potential magnitude of a contagious disease and the resources that are needed to contain it.

… premises information alone is of critical importance to protecting American agriculture.

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Premises Registration
    • 510,120 (35.5%)
    • 8 States over 70%
    • 13 States over 50%
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Animal Identification
    • Individual animals
      • Animal ID Number (AIN)
      • 15 digits – starts with 840
    • Group/Lots
      • Premises ID, plus date & count
      • Example: A23T567 103002 01
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Animal Identification
    • 9 mfrs/ 29 AIN devices
      • 11 visual eartags
      • 16 RFID eartags
      • 2 RFID injectable transponders
    • 2 Slaughter Swine Premises ID Tags
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Tracing
    • Nearly 20 organizations are working with USDA to provide ATDs and are at varying levels of being operational and integrated with USDA systems.
    • USDA’s Animal Trace Processing System provides the conduit for communicating and receiving information from the ATDs by animal health officials for use during a disease traceback.
    • Complete listing on NAIS web site
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Business Plan Strategies
    • Prioritize implementation by species/sector
    • Harmonize animal ID programs
    • Standardize data elements of disease programs to ensure compatibility
    • Integrate automated data capture technology with disease programs
    • Partner with States, Tribes, Territories
    • Collaborate with industry
    • Advance ID technologies
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Status/Review of NAIS
    • Voluntary approach being reviewed
    • APHIS has acknowledged that current level of participation and growth is not acceptable
    • Congressional hearings
  • Current Administration’s Position
    • NAIS Public Dialog Sessions
      • Includes listening sessions and comment via Website
    • Provide facts relative to traceability and animal ID
    • “What will the industry support”?
    • Department to provide direction (anticipated soon)