National Animal Disease Preparedness and Response Program (NADPRP)
The 2022 NADPRP Tribal Funding Opportunity has been announced! Go to Funding Opportunities below (NEW Tribal Nations: National Animal Disease Preparedness and Response Program (NADPRP) - Information for Applicants)
The 2018 Farm Bill established the National Animal Disease Preparedness and Response Program to boost the nation’s efforts to keep high-consequence animal diseases from entering and spreading in the United States. This program allows APHIS to collaborate with animal health partners throughout the nation to implement high-value projects that enhance prevention, preparedness, detection, and response to the most damaging emerging and foreign animal diseases that threaten U.S. agriculture. The National Animal Disease Preparedness and Response Program is one of three programs that are supported through the 2018 Farm Bill Section 12101, Animal Disease Prevention and Management Program
If you plan to apply for NADPRP funds, complete these steps soon!
- Register with SAM. Instructions are available at Register With SAM.
- Create a USDA Level 2 eAuthentication Account. Go to USDA eAuthentication home and select ‘Create Account’ to get started.
- Establish an ezFedGrants (eFG) Account. For help with the USDA ezFedGrants system, contact the ezFedGrants help desk at ezFedGrants@cfo.usda.gov. You must have at least one Grants Administrative Officer and one Signatory Official registered in eFG to submit your application. Identity and register these individuals as soon as possible and make sure they will be available to assist you at the time you submit your proposal.