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Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service U.S. Department of Agriculture. National Veterinary Stockpile. ** Logistics Expertise Improving Disease Response **. Background. National repository of critical veterinary supplies Homeland Security Presidential Directive 9

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animal and plant health inspection service u s department of agriculture

Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service U.S. Department of Agriculture

National Veterinary Stockpile

** Logistics Expertise Improving Disease Response **

background
Background
  • National repository of critical veterinary supplies
  • Homeland Security Presidential Directive 9
    • Directed the Secretary in 2004 to establish the National Veterinary Stockpile (NVS)
    • Required the NVS to
      • Augment local/state resources by deploying within 24 hours “sufficient amounts of animal vaccine, antiviral, or therapeutic products to appropriately respond to the most damaging animal diseases affecting human health and the economy”
      • Leverage the work done by the Strategic National Stockpile at CDC

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background1
Background
  • Homeland Security Presidential Directive 9
    • Reflects the nation’s concern that terrorists could simultaneously, in multiple locations, release disease threats of catastrophic proportions; thus, the need for an NVS that could provide huge quantities of critical veterinary supplies to the right place at the right time for as long as necessary.

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The New Reality

After 9/11

“I, for the life of me, cannot understand why terrorists have not attacked our food supply because it is so easy to do.”

Tommy Thompson

Former Secretary HHS

“This disease (foot and mouth) has many useful characteristics for a terrorist creating a livestock epidemic.”

Agroterrorism Disease Outbreak Scenarios and Economic Considerations for the National Veterinary Stockpile

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mission
Mission

Deliver critical veterinary items and services to animal disease outbreaks within 24 hours

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goals
Goals

By 2011, acquire countermeasures against the first 10 of the 17 most dangerous animal disease threats

By 2016, acquire countermeasures against all 17 of the most dangerous threats

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disease threats
Disease Threats

1. High Pathogenic AI (F)

2. Foot-and-Mouth Disease

3. Rift Valley fever (F)

4. Exotic Newcastle Disease

5. Nipah and Hendra virus (F)

6. Classical swine fever

7. African swine fever

8. Bovine spongiform encephalopathy (?)

9. Rinderpest

10. Japanese encephalitis (F)

11. African horse sickness

12. Venezuelan equine (F) encephalitis

13. Contagious bovine pleuropneumonia

14. Ehrlichia ruminantium (Heartwater)

15. Eastern equine encephalitis (F)

16. Coxiella burnetii (F)

17. Akabane virus

Zoonotic diseases: (F) fatal, (?) possible

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countermeasure determination
Countermeasure Determination

Evaluates

Threats (diseases or agents including vectors) that exist and against which the NVS may have to respond

Comparative importance of each threat

Size, location, and characteristics of animal populations at risk

Response time and duration for countering the threat

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countermeasure determination1
Countermeasure Determination

Research, surveillance, epidemiology, economy issues, and policy associated with each threat

Life-cycle costs of countermeasures (i.e. costs of purchase + storage + maintenance + replenishment + shelf life extension + disposal)

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oversight and advice
Oversight and Advice

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igc composition
IGC Composition
  • USDA’s Centers for Veterinary Biologics
  • Department of Homeland Security
  • Environmental Protection Agency
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Food and Drug Administration

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organization
Organization

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business processes
Business Processes

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countermeasures determination
Countermeasures Determination
  • Evaluates
    • Threats (diseases or agents including vectors) that exist and against which the NVS may have to respond
    • Comparative importance of each threat
    • Size, location, and characteristics of animal populations at risk
    • Response time and duration for countering the threat

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Countermeasures Determination
  • Research, surveillance, epidemiology, economy issues, and policy associated with each threat
  • Life-cycle costs of countermeasures (i.e. costs of purchase + storage + maintenance + replenishment + shelf life extension + disposal)

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purchase
Purchase

Purchase, hold internally what we need immediately but may not be able to get from the commercial sector - stockpile managed inventory (SMI)

Owned by NVS

Managed by NVS

Purchase, vendors hold and rotate shelf life items - vendor managed inventory (VMI)

Owned by NVS

Managed by vendors

Contract forguaranteed access to materiel - vendor managed inventory (VMI)

Owned by vendors

Managed by vendors

Accessible by NVS and other parts of APHIS

Contract for service

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place
Place

Multiple locations essential for security and proximity

Currently in one Midwest location

Evaluating coastal locations to reduce risk that weather, sabotage, labor problems will prevent deployment

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manage
Manage

Control internal and vendor inventory to ensure support

Rotate and extend to minimize costs

Kit, label, pack for rapid transport and identification in the field

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planned response sets services
Planned Response Sets/Services

Horse

  • Response
  • Sets
  • Pesticides
  • Disinfectants
  • Animal handling equipment
  • PPE
  • Tools
  • Applicators

Swine or sheep

  • Response
  • Sets
  • Pesticides
  • Disinfectants
  • Animal handling equipment
  • PPE
  • Tools
  • Applicators

Poultry

  • Response
  • Sets
  • Pesticides
  • Disinfectants
  • Animal handling equipment
  • PPE
  • Tools
  • Applicators

Cattle

  • Pesticides
  • Disinfectants
  • Animal handling equipment
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Tools
  • Applicators
  • Documentation supplies
  • Facilities: tentage or mobile vans

Vaccines and Therapeutics

Diagnostics

Response Support

Comm, Cmd Ctrs, Pack & Ship Units

Services

Depop, Dispose, Decon

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deploy
Deploy

Arrive within 24 hours

Pack products for rapid pick & load

Organize and label shipments for rapid Id by responders

Arrange 7/24 air and ground transport

Exercise internal and vendor deployment procedures

Help fed/state/local officials plan for NVS

Exercise all to confirm their readiness

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federal state and local nvs responsibilities
Federal, State, and Local NVS Responsibilities
  • Request NVS
  • Receive NVS (and state/local) supplies,
  • Store supplies (including temporary refrigeration where necessary) until final delivery is possible,
  • Stage supplies for delivery to multiple outbreak sites,
  • Manageinventory levels for replenishment
  • Distribute supplies to outbreak sites, and
  • Recover unused and reusable NVS assets.

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nvs request process
NVS Request Process

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nvs request key questions
NVS Request Key Questions
  • Is the threat serious? If yes, NVS goes on alert.
  • Are state/local resources sufficient? If no, NVS deploys after request to the NVS Director.
  • Are combined fed (NVS), state, and local resources sufficient? If no, incident command buys more commercially.
  • Are additional resources available commercially? If not, NVS deploys again.

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help states plan for the nvs
Help States Plan for the NVS

Distributed NVS guide for fed, state, local officials, describes the NVS, recommends state actions for NVS planning

Briefed federal, state officials on the NVS based on information in the guide

Issue pre-scripted Q & As

Created outreach plan

Working on self evaluation check lists for states

Planning visits to states late 07

Exercising with states

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significant events
Significant Events

2004 HSPD9 mandates NVS creation

2005 Steering committee defines threats, countermeasures, mission, and goals.

Apr 06

Program begins - Director assumes duties

Program support staff on board

May 06 – Ready to deploy personal protective equipment

Jul 06 – NVS exercise program begins (NC 7/06, GA 10/06)

Oct 06 – Nov 06 – Ready to deploy AI vaccine

Apr 07 – Deploy within 24 hours to West Virginia for LPAI in Turkeys

May 07

First GAO report on NVS favorable

Outreach begins: NVS guide issued to states

Jun 07 – Establish 3D (depop, decon, disposal) contract support

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current capabilities
Current Capabilities

Personal Protective Equipment

Antivirals

AI vaccine

AI field test kits

Portable satellite comm equipment (voice and data)

Portable vaccine shipment / storage containers

Disinfectants

3D service contracts

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3d service contracts
3D Service Contracts

Multiple contractors: available for use concurrently

Services: Depop, disposal, decon

Response: 24 hours and scalable for personnel, equipment, supplies, purchase

Pre-support contractor training: exercise and response involvement

future additions
Future Additions

Supply Chain Management System

Vaccine

Test kits

Animal handling & depop equipment

Additional antivirals

Incident Command Support Units (under evaluation)

Coastal logistics centers

Multiple cold storage locations

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Planned Response Sets/Services

Horse

  • Response
  • Sets
  • Pesticides
  • Disinfectants
  • Animal handling equipment
  • PPE
  • Tools
  • Applicators

Swine or sheep

  • Response
  • Sets
  • Pesticides
  • Disinfectants
  • Animal handling equipment
  • PPE
  • Tools
  • Applicators

Poultry

  • Response
  • Sets
  • Pesticides
  • Disinfectants
  • Animal handling equipment
  • PPE
  • Tools
  • Applicators

Cattle

  • Pesticides
  • Disinfectants
  • Animal handling equipment
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Tools
  • Applicators
  • Documentation supplies
  • Facilities: tentage or mobile vans

Vaccines and Therapeutics

Diagnostics

Response Support

Comm, Cmd Ctrs, Pack & Ship Units

Services

3D

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nvs summary a new weapon to fight disease
NVS SummaryA New Weapon to Fight Disease

Science based logistics expertise:

Focused on disease response,

Coordinating planning before an event,

Managing on time delivery during an event, and

Reducing response costs in multiple ways

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NVS SummaryA New Weapon to Fight Disease

Critical supplies and services delivered rapidly and reliably:

Vaccines: an alternative to destroying infected and potentially exposed animals when the scale of an outbreak makes the exclusive use of depopulation unlikely.

Personal protective equipment: supports fed/state for immediate and prolonged response

Satellite communications equipment: reliable voice and data in any situation

Contractor resources: Depop, decon, disposal service contracts

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questions

Questions?

NVS@APHIS.USDA.GOV

Glen Garris (Director) 301.734.5875

Richard Nolan 301.734.0824