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eCVI

Electronic Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (eCVI) options available for veterinarians licensed and accredited in South Dakota:

SD eCVI pdf

  • Fillable PDF form available at no charge. No internet needed to complete the certificate.
  • Requires Adobe Reader (free) and takes little effort to get started.
  • Once all highlighted areas are completed, the certificate is ready to issue.
  • Certificates can be emailed to the client or printed.
  • Certificates must be emailed by the issuing veterinarian to the State Veterinarian's office within 7 days of the inspection date – copies are not automatically sent.
  • Each veterinarian who wishes to use this option must complete the eCVI Veterinarian Agreement Form and either fax or email it to the SDAIB. To access the agreement, please click here.

mCVI Mobile App

  • Available as a free "app" that works on any Android or Apple device.
  • Creates CVIs locally on the device with or without internet or cellular service.
  • Certificates can be emailed to the client, to the clinic, or printed off with the use of a compatible Bluetooth printer.
  • Client information can be imported from the contacts stored on the device.
  • Allows the import of official animal IDs and other data from a spreadsheet click here for a template.
  • Automatically submits the certificate to the State Veterinarian's office as soon as the device is returned to internet coverage.
  • To access the IIAD Resource Page with Quick Start Guides and Instructional Videos click here

Veterinary Services Process Streamlining (VSPS):

Website: https://vsapps.aphis.usda.gov/vsps/

  • Developed and administered by USDA/APHIS.
  • Approved for use in all States.
  • No cost to accredited veterinarian.

Click here for a template to upload multiple animal IDs into VSPS.

Requires Level 2 eAuthentication with USDA.
e-Authentication is a registration process that enables users to securely access USDA Web applications and services via the Internet. Accredited veterinarians already may have Level 1 eAuthentication if they have renewed their accreditation on-line. The steps for creating a Level 2 eAuthentication account may be found on the following website: https://www.eauth.usda.gov/MainPages/index.aspx. Click on "Create an Account." On the next page select either "Request Level 2 Access," or "Changing from Level 1 Access to Level 2 Access." Follow the on-line instructions.

Contacts available for assistance are listed in the document below:
http://www.aphis.usda.gov/animal_health/vsps_int_lib/downloads/VSPS_End_User_Training.pdf

Other options provided:

  • Generation of test records
  • Veterinary accreditation information

Global Vet Link (GVL)

Website: http://www.globalvetlink.com/

  • Private company. Monthly fee and costs per certificate are charged to issuing veterinary clinic.
  • Producers may have an account to access their own CVI’s.
  • Approved for use in all States.

Other options provided:

  • Electronic EIA test charts and laboratory submission.
  • Electronic VFDs.

VetSentry

Website:http://www.vet-sentry.com/

  • Private company. Costs per certificate are charged to issuing veterinary clinic.
  • One page format that looks like a paper CVI.
  • Vet-Sentry eCVI’s are approved for interstate use in SD. Please check with the other shipping/receiving State before issuing a Vet-Sentry eCVI.

Smart-iCVI

Website:http://www.smarticvi.com/

  • Private company (New Planet Technologies).
  • Mobile application available for SmartPhone.
  • Monthly fee – costs per CVI depends on number of CVIs issued per month.
  • Free trial offered.
  • Smart-ICVIs are approved for interstate use in SD. Please check with the other shipping/receiving State before issuing a Smart-ICVI.