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Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Archive - Prior Meeting Information and other documents
Meeting Topic: The Committee met in person in Washington, DC to finalize, consider, and develop recommendations on the following topics: Emerging Disease Response, Comprehensive Integrated Animal Health Surveillance, National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF), Stakeholder Engagement, Future Direction of the Committee, and Human Infections with Salmonella Associated with Contact with Live Poultry.
Meeting Topic: The Committee met via teleconference to consider, deliberate, and finalize recommendations on various animal health matters to share with the USDA. Topics include: Antimicrobial Resistance Action Plan, Chronic Wasting Disease, Foot and Mouth Disease Vaccine, and Scrapie Program.
Meeting Topic: The Committee met in Dallas, TX to discuss and develop recommendations to the USDA on the following topics: Working With Traditional and Non-Traditional Stakeholders on One Health, Identifying Zoonotic Diseases of Concern, Chronic Wasting Disease, Scrapie Program, Foot and Mouth Disease Vaccine Availability, Comprehensive Integrated Animal Health Surveillance, Antimicrobial Resistance and Emerging Disease response.
Meeting Topic: The Committee met in Washington, DC to discuss recommendations for Proposed Rule on Traceability for Livestock Moving Interstate, Foot-and-Mouth Disease and Vaccination Bank, Agricultural Research Service (Foot-and-Mouth Disease, Classical Swine Fever, African Swine Fever), Wildlife Services, Tuberculosis (TB): Recommendations on the new TB/Brucellosis Regulatory Framework
The summary minutes have been accepted and approved by the Committee Chair, Dr. Donald Hoenig. Full transcripts for this public teleconference are below.
Transcripts of the January 20-21 meeting may be accessed through the links (Day 1 Transcript and Day 2 Transcript) below.
Summary minutes have been approved and accepted by the Committee Chair, Dr. Donald Hoenig.