|American Samoa||Indiana||Nevada||South Carolina|
|Arizona||Iowa||New Hampshire||South Dakota|
|Delaware||Maryland||North Dakota||Virgin Islands|
|District of Columbia||Massachusetts||Northern Mariana Islands||Virginia|
Control Officials Duties
Since many states have separated duties as a result of federal or state legislation, designated contacts are:
- Administrative Control Official – Administratively responsible for pesticide and related programs in the state.
- Principal Pesticide Control Official – Primary contact for programs in the state.
- Registration Official – Primarily responsible for product registration in the state.
- Certification Official – Primarily responsible for the certification of Agricultural applicators in the state.
- Certification Official – Primarily responsible for the certification of Residential/Institutional applicators in the state.
- Laboratory Official – Primarily responsible for laboratory functions as related to regulatory matters in the state.
- Worker Protection – Primarily responsible for implementing worker protection programs under the federal Worker Protection Standard.
- Water Quality – Primarily responsible for liaison with state water quality agencies on matters relating to protection of ground and surface waters from pesticide contamination.
- Endangered Species – Primarily responsible for implementing federal program for protecting endangered species from pesticides.
- Enforcement/Compliance – Primarily responsible for implementing Enforcement/Compliance Program
- Field Data – Primarily responsible for field data.
- Pesticide Disposal/Container Recycling – Primarily responsible for pesticide disposal and/orcontainer recycling programs in the state.