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Public Health Information System (PHIS) - Export Component

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Country Rollout Schedule

FSIS will begin implementing the PHIS Export Component on June 29, 2018, with a limited number of countries, and then gradually expand to additional countries. Sign up for FSIS’ Constituent Update for the latest information.

  • Phase 1: Afghanistan, Andorra, Bahamas, Bolivia, Burundi, Cape Verde, Cook Islands, Ethiopia,  French Guiana, Gambia, Guinea, Liberia, Mozambique, San Marino, Tanzania, Uganda.

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Information for Industry

  • For Export Policy Questions (e.g., clarifying a FSIS notice, directive, or form, or guidance on countries’ export requirements, etc.)) visit:  https://askfsis.custhelp.com

  • For Export Technical Issues/Questions (e.g., submitting/deleting applications, batching upload, etc.): 
    Call 800 473-9135 or
    email: PHISTechnicalQA@fsis.usda.gov

  • New Export Forms (June 29, 2018):

  • Sample of the new Application for Export Certificate (9060-6) for programming purposes and system updates:
ACCESSING AND USING THE PHIS COMPONENT

All Users MUST have eAuthentication “Level 2” to access PHIS:

Recorded Webinars/Teleconferences on Exports in PHIS for Industry Stakeholders

Help Videos

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Information for Foreign Governments

Foreign governments can view all export certificates for product intended for their country issued by FSIS in PHIS, as a digital image, through an FSIS-controlled log-in feature, Foreign Country Log-in (FCL). Certificates from PHIS will be printed by FSIS on FSIS-managed security paper with an ink or secure digital signature, and viewable by countries with FCL access in PHIS.

ACCESSING AND USING THE FOREIGN COUNTRY LOG-IN

 

Last Modified Aug 01, 2018