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Licensure and Inspection of System Database for Inspection, Investigation and Enviro

Investigators
Chalcraft, Bill
Institutions
South Dakota State Department of Health
Start date
2013
End date
2015
Objective

SDDOH seeks to implement a statewide electronic licensure and inspection system for regulated food service, lodging, and campground establishments. The system would establish the ability to rapidly communicate with regulated establishments as well as inspection personnel. Near, real-time inspection results along with associated GIS data would allow SDDOH to identify potential food defense issues. GIS data would also allow targeted and rapid electronic communication should substantiated threats to the food supply be identified. The system would also establish a method of routine communication with regulated establishments allowing for enhanced education and awareness of food defense practices.

Funding Source
Food and Drug Administration
Project source
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Project number
1R18FD004937-01
Categories
Food Defense and Integrity