Pesticide Registration Improvement Extension Act (PRIA 3) of 2012
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Effective October 1, 2013, the Pesticide Registration Improvement Extension Act (PRIA 3) reauthorized the Pesticide Registration Improvement Renewal Act of 2007 (PRIA 2) for five more years, until 2017. Both Acts established pesticide registration service fees for registration actions. The category of action, the amount of the pesticide registration service fee, and the corresponding decision review periods by year are prescribed in these statutes. Their goal is to create a more predictable evaluation process for affected pesticide decisions, and couple the collection of individual fees with specific decision review periods. They also promote shorter decision review periods for reduced-risk applications.
On this page:
- Pesticide Registration Manual - Registration Fees
- Fee Determination
- Fee Waivers, Exemptions, Reductions and Refunds
- Questions and Answers
- Implementation Reports
- Previous PRIA Schedules and Information
- Automated Email Milestone Tracking for PRIA Actions
- PRIA 3: Interpretations of Fee Categories (PDF) (226 pp, 1.0 MB, about PDF) - This document can be printed and provides interpretations for the 189 PRIA 3 fee categories.
- Fee Determination Decision Tree FY'14/15 - The decision tree will help applicants requesting a pesticide registration or certain tolerance action to accurately identify the category of their application and the amount of the required fee before they submit the application. Applies to applications received by the Agency on and after October 1, 2013.
- PRIA 3 Fee Table FY'14/15 - Lists the fee and Agency decision time frame for the 189 types of pesticide applications covered by PRIA 3 and received on and after October 1, 2013.
- PRIA 3: Primary/Secondary (Related Applications) - This guidance will help pesticide registration applicants identify a fee for those situations in which a number of PRIA 3 applications depend upon a single data set and for which the Agency automatically reduces the fee under FIFRA Section 33(b)(8)(C).
- Actions Not Covered by Registration Service Fees
- Guidance on How to Request Small Business Fee Waivers
- Guidance on Federal and State Agency Exemptions
- Guidance on IR-4 Exemptions / Policy for IR-4 Public Interest Findings (PDF) (3 pp, 225k)
- PRIA 3: Overview of Fee Reduction and Refund Formula (PDF) (7pp, 369k) - EPA has developed formulas for determining the reductions in the registration service fee for actions that are partially completed and for refunds following withdrawal of a PRIA covered application.
- 21 Day Initial Content Screen Review Worksheet
- 45/90 Preliminary Technical Screen Stakeholder Checklist
- Conventional Pesticides
- New AI with Tolerances/1st Food Use (4 pp, 124k, Word)
- New AI Non-Food Use (4 pp, 112k, Word)
- New Product/Registered Source (4 pp, 109k, Word)
- New Product/Unregistered Source (4 pp, 119k, Word)
- Label Checklist (6 pp, 53k, Word)
- Antimicrobial Pesticides
- New AI with Tolerances (6 pp, 159k, Word)
- New AI Non-Food Use (4 pp, 108k, Word)
- New Product/Registered Source (5 pp, 124k, Word)
- New Product/Unregistered Source (5 pp, 128k, Word)
- Fee Inquiries - Answers to general questions asked using "Send in questions" e-mail box above
- Fee Payments
- Fund Management
- In-Processing of Applications
- Inert Ingredients
- Reports per fiscal year: 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 (PDF) (57 pp, 811k) | 2009 (PDF) (60 pp, 950k) | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004
- PRIA Process Improvement Workgroup within the Pesticide Program Dialog Committee (PPDC)
- PRIA Pesticide Registration Milestone Tracking Email software upgrades deployed December 31, 2013. The Office of Pesticide Programs (OPP) has developed software enhancements to support the PRIA Set-aside requirement for producing Registration Tracking Milestone email messages. These messages will inform registrant contacts when any of their PRIA submissions reach each of the seven defined tracking milestones.
The seven milestones are:
- Application receipt date; receipt number assigned
- PRIA category(ies) assigned; waiver decision, if applicable, completed; payment completed; 21-day screen timeframe expired; PRIA start date; PRIA due date; pre-decisional determination due date, if applicable;
- Contact information for PM assigned to your application; date data sent into review;
- 45/90 technical screen timeframe expired;
- Actual last science review completion date;
- Pre-decisional determination date reached, if applicable
- Regulatory decision completed
Automated emails are sent out when each milestone is reached. The registrant must supply an email address for each application to receive email tracking milestones. This tracking system will not replace current registrant-PM communications.
- Please visit http://www.epa.gov/pesticides/regulating/registering/submissions/ to access the revisions to e-Dossier Builder and OPP’s e-Submission .XML Builder Guidance. These changes consist of the insertion of an email address-specific field. Registrants must provide this optional information for each submission in order to receive milestone tracking emails.