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State Animal Health Officials (SAHOs)

The SAHO section covers topics that are of interest to authorized respondents for State, D.C., and Insular Area entities, which typically include the chief Animal Health Official, the State Veterinarian, or a designee as duly authorized by the chief governing official of the entity (typically the Governor or equivalent).  The information provided in the links below primarily covers the nomination and designation processes for veterinary shortage situations, to be filled by VMLRP award recipients.

The FY 2014 period to nominate veterinary shortage situations opened on January 9, 2014 and closes on March 10, 2014 (60 day period).  Additional information on how to submit nominations is provided in the Nomination Guide link below.

Nominations

FY 2014 Veterinary Shortage Situation Nomination Form

Nomination Guide

FY 2014 Nomination Allocation Tables

Current Designations

Map of designated Veterinary Shortage Situations for FY 2014 (Available: April 2014)

Previous Designations

The following maps are from prior program cycles and are provided here for informational purposes only.  Applicants must choose a shortage situation from the FY 2014 map for the next application cycle, which is scheduled to open in April 2014.

Map of designated Veterinary Shortage Situations for FY 2013

Map of designated Veterinary Shortage Situations for FY 2012

Map of designated Veterinary Shortage Situations for FY 2011

Map of designated Veterinary Shortage Situations for FY 2010

Tools

Webinar for SAHOs (coming soon)

Frequently Asked Questions for SAHOs (coming soon)

Contact Information

For further information, contact: VMLRP

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