Fisheries Catch Documentation and Traceability in Southeast Asia: Technical Concept and Specifications (CDT 201)
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The “CDT201″outlines USAID Oceans’ technical approach and specifications to designing, testing, and implementing a CDTS with public and private partners in Southeast Asia. This document follows USAID Oceans’ Fisheries Catch Documentation and Traceability in Southeast Asia: Conceptual Overview, also referred to as the CDT101, released in 2016. This technical overview serves as a longer, more in-depth technical addendum to the non-technical conceptual overview, geared towards technical experts and service providers, academia, and other interested stakeholders including (but not limited to): U.S. government counterparts, including the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the U.S. Department of the Interior; commercial stakeholders operating within the seafood supply chain; national regulators; private sector technology partners; international fishing and shipping industry partners; seafood certification organizations; technical and scientific organizations; and academia. By releasing this document, USAID Oceans hopes to clearly and transparently share its proposed technical approach and specifications relating to the CDTS.
USAID Oceans and Fisheries Partnership. (2017). Fisheries Catch Documentation and Traceability in Southeast Asia: Technical Concept and Specifications (CDT 201).
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