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LOCK IN YOUR BONUS CASH FUNDS NOW!

Now, more than ever, it is crucial for us to recognize and reward our essential workers. O'Daniel has allocated $200,000 for a discount program and we are offering a $500 Bonus Cash incentive for all essential workers on the purchase of any new or used vehicle in stock.  This is on TOP of any additional discounts and APR financing as low as 0% for 84 months!* 
This incentive officially ends when the $200,000 runs out or by May 15th and is limited to one (1) per household.

*0% APR Financing for 84 months is $11.90 per $1,000 financed on select models with approved credit. Ends May 15h, 2020. Program is not stack-able with additional First Responder, or any essential worker, or heath care incentives offered by the Manufacturer. 
Securing your Funds: 

1. Essential worker will receive confirmation of funds via  text or email with in 24 hours.  

2. Confirmation of funds will expire 10 days from confirmation or on May 15, 2020 whichever comes first. 

3. Only one ODaniel incentive will be paid per household. 

4. Program is not eligible to any ODaniel employees or Manufacturer employees or Manufactures suppliers. 

5. Certificate must presented prior to finalizing purchase. 

6. Program period will run from April 27,2020 to May 30, 2002 or when funds have been exhausted. 

Proof of Eligibility: One copy of the following documents is required for redemption:

1. The contract or buyers order must be attached.

2. A copy of documentation that shows proof of occupation. (pay stub, business license, tax return, workplace badge, state license, ID card with name and title.

3. A copy of customer's current driver's license.


Fill out this simple form below to reserve your Bonus Cash today! 

CONFIRMATION OF FUNDS WILL BE SENT VIA TEXT MSG.   

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Essential Worker list includes but is not limited to:

HEALTHCARE/ PUBLIC HEALTH

•Workers,  including laboratory personnel, that perform critical clinical, biomedical and other research,development, and testing needed for COVID-19 or   other diseases.

•Healthcare providers including, but not limited to, physicians; dentists; psychologists; mid-level practitioners;  nurses; assistants and aids; infection control and quality assurance personnel;pharmacists; physical, respiratory, speech and occupational therapists and assistants; social workers;optometrists; speech pathologists; chiropractors; diagnostic and therapeutic technicians; and radiology technologists.

•Workers required for effective clinical, command, infrastructure, support service, administrative, security,and intelligence operations across the direct patient care and full healthcare and public health spectrum.Personnel examples may include, but are not limited, to  accounting, administrative, admitting and discharge, engineering, accrediting, certification, licensing, credentialing, epidemiological, source plasma and blood donation, food service, environmental services, housekeeping, medical records, information technology and operational technology, nutritionists, sanitarians, respiratory therapists, etc. Emergency medical services workers. Pre-hospital workers included but not limited to  urgent care workers. Inpatient & hospital workers (e.g. hospitals, critical access hospitals, long-term acute care hospitals, long-term care facilities, inpatient hospice, ambulatory surgical centers,  etc.). Outpatient care workers (e.g. end-stage-renal disease, Federally Qualified Health Centers, Rural Health Clinics, community mental health clinics, organ transplant/procurement centers, and other ambulatory care settings/providers, comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation facilities, etc.).Home care workers (e.g. home health care, at-home hospice, home dialysis, home infusion, etc.). Workers at Long-term care facilities, residential and community-based providers (e.g. Programs of   All   -Inclusive Care f or   the Elderly (PACE), Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities, Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facilities, Religious Non medical Health Care Institutions, etc.). Workplace safety workers (i.e., workers who anticipate, recognize, evaluate, and control workplace conditions that may cause workers' illness or   injury).

•Workers needed to  support transportation to  and from healthcare facility and provider appointments.

•Workers needed to  provide laundry services, food services, reprocessing of   medical equipment, and waste management.

•Workers that manage health plans, billing, and health information and who cannot work remotely.

•Workers performing cyber security functions at healthcare and public health facilities and who cannot work remotely.

•Workers performing security, incident management, and emergency operations functions at or on behalf of healthcare entities including healthcare coalitions, who cannot practically work remotely.

•Childcare, eldercare, and other service providers for essential healthcare personnel.

•Vendors and suppliers (e.g. imaging, pharmacy, oxygen services, durable medical equipment, etc.).

•Workers at manufacturers (including biotechnology companies and those companies that have shifted production to  medical supplies), materials and parts suppliers, technicians, logistics and warehouse operators, printers, packagers, distributors of   medical products and equipment (including third party logistics providers, and those who test and repair), personal protective equipment (PPE), isolation barriers, medical gases, pharmaceuticals (including materials used in  radioactive drugs), dietary supplements, blood and blood products, vaccines, testing materials, laboratory supplies, cleaning,sanitizing, disinfecting or   sterilization supplies (including dispensers), sanitary goods, personal care products, pest control products, and tissue and paper towel products.

•Donors of   blood, bone marrow, blood stem cell, or   plasma, and the workers of   the organizations that operate and manage related activities.

•Pharmacy staff, including workers necessary to  maintain uninterrupted prescription, and other workers for pharmacy operations.

•Workers in  retail facilities specializing in  medical good and supplies.

•Public health and environmental health workers, such as: Workers specializing in  environmental health that focus on implementing environmental controls,sanitary and infection control interventions, healthcare facility safety and emergency preparedness planning, engineered work practices, and developing guidance and protocols for appropriate PPE to  prevent COVID-19 disease transmission. Public health/ community health workers (including call center workers) who conduct community-based public health functions, conducting epidemiologic surveillance and compiling, analyzing, and communicating public health information, who cannot work remotely.

•Human services providers, especially for at risk populations such as: Home delivered meal providers for older adults, people with disabilities, and others with chronic health conditions. Home-maker services for frail, home bound, older adults. Personal assistance services providers to  support activities of   daily living for older adults, people with disabilities, and others with chronic health  conditions who live independently in the community with supports and services. Home health providers who deliver health care services for older adults, people with disabilities,and others with chronic health conditions who live independently in  the community with supports and services.

•Government entities, and contractors that work in  support of   local, state, and federal public health and medical mission sets, including but not limited to  supporting access to  healthcare and associated payment functions, conducting public health functions, providing medical care, supporting emergency management, or   other services necessary for supporting the COVID-19 response.

•Mortuary service providers, such as: Workers performing mortuary funeral, cremation, burial, cemetery, and related services,including funeral homes, crematoriums, cemetery workers, and coffin makers. Workers who coordinate with other organizations to  ensure the proper recovery, handling, identification, transportation, tracking, storage, and disposal of   human remains and personal effects; certify cause of   death; and facilitate access to  mental and behavioral health services to  the family members, responders, and survivors of   an incident. 

LAW ENFORCEMENT, PUBLIC SAFETY, AND OTHER FIRST RESPONDERS

•Public, private, and voluntary personnel (front-line and management, civilian and sworn) in  emergency management, law enforcement, fire and rescue services, emergency medical services (EMS), and security, public and private hazardous material responders, air medical service providers (pilots and supporting technicians), corrections, and search and rescue personnel.

•Personnel involved in  provisioning of   access to  emergency services, including the provisioning of   real-time text, text-to -911, and dialing 911 via relay. 

•Personnel that are involved in the emergency alert system (EAS) ((broadcasters, satellite radio and television, cable, and wire line video) and wireless emergency alerts (WEA).

•Workers at Independent System Operators and Regional Transmission Organizations, and Network Operations staff, engineers and technicians to  manage the network or   operate facilities. 

•Workers at emergency communication center, public safety answering points, public safety communications centers, emergency operation centers, and 911 call centers.

•Fusion Center workers. 

•Workers,  including contracted vendors,  who maintain, manufacture, or   supply equipment and services supporting law enforcement, fire,  EMS, and response operations (to include electronic security and life safety security personnel).

•Workers and contracted vendors who maintain and provide services and supplies to  public safety facilities, including emergency communication center, public safety answering points, public safety communications centers, emergency operation centers, fire and emergency medical services stations,police and law enforcement stations and facilities.

•Workers supporting the manufacturing, distribution, and maintenance of   necessary safety equipment and uniforms for law enforcement and all public safety personnel. Workers supporting the operation of   firearm, or   ammunition product manufacturers, retailers, importers,distributors, and shooting ranges.

•Public agency workers responding to  abuse and neglect of   children, spouses, elders, and dependent adults.

•Workers who support weather disaster and natural hazard mitigation and prevention activities.

•Security staff to  maintain building access control and physical security measures.

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE

•Workers supporting groceries, pharmacies, convenience stores, and other retail (including unattended and vending) that sells human food, animal and pet food and pet supply, and beverage products,including retail customer support service and information technology support staff necessary for online orders, pickup, and delivery.

•Restaurant carry-out and quick serve food operations, including dark kitchen and food prep centers,carry-out, and delivery food workers. 

•Food manufacturer workers and their supplier workers   including those employed at food ingredient production and processing facilities; aquaculture and seafood harvesting facilities;  livestock, poultry,seafood slaughter facilities; pet and animal feed processing facilities; human food facilities producing by-products for animal food; beverage production facilities; and the production of   food packaging. 

•Farmers, farm and ranch workers, and agribusiness support services to  include those employed in  auction and sales;  grain and oil seed handling, storage, processing, and distribution; animal  food, feed,and ingredient production, packaging, and distribution; manufacturing, packaging, and distribution of   veterinary drugs; and truck delivery and transport. 

•Farmers, farm and ranch workers, and support service and supplier workers producing food supply domestically and for export,  to  include those engaged in  raising, cultivating, harvesting,  packing, storing,or   delivering to  storage or  to  market or   to  a carrier for transportation to  market any agricultural or   horticultural commodity  for human consumption;  agricultural inspection; fuel ethanol facilities; bio diesel and renewable diesel facilities; storage facilities; and other agricultural inputs.

•Workers and firms supporting the distribution of   food, feed, and beverage and ingredients used in  these products, including warehouse workers, vendor-managed inventory controllers, and block chain managers.

•Workers supporting the sanitation and pest control of   all food manufacturing processes and operations from wholesale to  retail.

•Workers supporting the growth and distribution of plants and associated products for home gardens.

•Workers  in  cafeterias used to  feed workers, particularly worker populations sheltered against COVID-19.

•Workers in animal diagnostic and food testing laboratories. 

•Government, private, and non-governmental organizations' workers essential for food assistance programs (including school lunch programs) and government payments.

•Workers   of   companies engaged in  the production, storage, transport, and distribution of   chemicals,medicines, vaccines, and other substances used by the food and agriculture industry, including seeds,pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers, minerals, enrichments, and other agricultural production aids.

•Animal agriculture workers to  include those employed in  veterinary health (including those involved in  supporting emergency veterinary or   livestock services); raising,  caring for and management of   animals for food; animal production operations; livestock markets; slaughter and packing plants, manufacturers, renderers, and associated regulatory and government workforce. Transportation supporting animal agricultural industries, including movement of   animal medical and reproductive supplies and materials, animal vaccines, animal drugs, feed ingredients, feed and bedding,live animals, animal by-products, and deceased animals for disposal.

•Workers who support sawmills and the manufacture and distribution of   fiber and forest products,including, but not limited to  timber,  paper, and other wood and fiber products,  as well as manufacture and distribution of   products using agricultural commodities.

•Workers   engaged in  the manufacture and maintenance of   equipment and other infrastructure necessary for agricultural production and distribution.

ENERGY

•Workers supporting the energy sector, regardless of   the energy source (including,  but not limited to , nuclear, fossil, hydroelectric, or   renewable), segment of   the system, or   infrastructure the worker is  involved in, who are needed to  construct, manufacture, repair, transport, permit, monitor, operate engineer, and maintain the reliability, safety, security, environmental health, and physical and cyber security of   the energy system,  including those who support construction, manufacturing, transportation,permitting, and   logistics.  

•Workers and contractors supporting energy facilities that provide steam, hot water or   chilled water from central power plants to  connected customers.

•Workers conducting energy/commodity trading/scheduling/marketing functions who can't perform their duties remotely.

•Workers supporting the energy sector through renewable energy infrastructure (including, but not limited to ,  wind, solar, biomass, hydrogen, ocean, geothermal, and hydroelectric) and micro grids, including those supporting construction, manufacturing, transportation, permitting, operation and maintenance, monitoring, and logistics.•Workers and security staff involved in  nuclear re -fueling operations.

•Workers providing services related to  energy sector fuels (including, but not limited to ,  petroleum (crude oil), natural gas, propane, liquefied natural gas (LNG), compressed natural gas (CNG), natural gas liquids(NGL), other liquid fuels, nuclear, and coal) and supporting the mining, processing, manufacturing,construction, logistics, transportation, permitting, operation, maintenance, security, waste disposal, storage, and monitoring of   support for resources.

•Workers providing environmental remediation and monitoring, limited to  immediate critical needs technicians.

•Workers involved in  the manufacturing and distribution of   equipment, supplies, and parts necessary to  maintain production, maintenance, restoration, and service at energy sector facilities across all energy sector segments. Electricity Industry

•Workers who maintain, ensure, restore, or   who are involved in  the development, transportation, fuel procurement, expansion, or   operation of  ,  the generation, transmission, and distribution of   electric power,including call centers, utility workers, engineers, retail electricity, construction, maintenance, utility telecommunications, relaying, and fleet maintenance technicians who cannot perform their duties remotely.

•Workers at coal mines, production facilities, and those involved in  manufacturing, transportation, Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce operation, maintenance, and monitoring at coal sites.  

•Workers who produce, process, ship, and handle coal used for power generation and manufacturing.

•Workers in  the electricity industry including but not limited to  those supporting safety, construction,manufacturing, transportation, permitting, operation/maintenance, engineering, physical and cyber security, monitoring, and logistics

•Workers needed for safe and secure operations at nuclear generation including,  but not limited to, those critical to  the broader nuclear supply chain, the manufacture and delivery of   parts needed to  maintain nuclear equipment, the operations of   fuel manufacturers, and the production and processing of   fuel components used in  the manufacturing of  fuel.

•Workers at fossil fuel (including but not limited to  natural gas, refined, distillate, and/or coal), nuclear,and renewable energy infrastructure (including, but not limited to  wind, solar, biomass, hydrogen,geothermal, and hydroelectric), and micro grids, including those supporting safety, construction,manufacturing, transportation, permitting, operation, maintenance, monitoring, and logistics.

•Workers at generation, transmission, and electric black start facilities.

•Workers at Reliability Coordinator, Balancing Authority, local distribution control centers, and primary and backup Control Centers, including,  but not limited to ,  independent system operators, regional transmission organizations, and local distribution control centers.

•Workers that are mutual assistance/aid personnel,  which may include workers from outside of   the state or   local jurisdiction.

•Vegetation management and traffic control for supporting those crews.

•Instrumentation, protection, and control technicians.

•Essential support personnel for electricity operations.

•Generator set support workers,  such as diesel engineers used in  power generation,  including those providing fuel. Petroleum Industry

•Workers who support onshore and offshore petroleum drilling operations; platform and drilling construction and maintenance; transportation (including helicopter operations), maritime transportation,supply, and dredging operations; maritime navigation; well stimulation, intervention, monitoring,automation and control, extraction, production; processing; waste  disposal, and maintenance, construction, and operations.

•Workers in  the petroleum industry including but not limited to  those supporting safety, construction,manufacturing, transportation, permitting, operation/maintenance, engineering, physical and cyber security, monitoring, and logistics. 

•Workers for crude oil, petroleum, and petroleum product storage and transportation, including pipeline,marine transport, terminals, rail transport, storage facilities,  racks, and road transport for use as end-  use fuels such as gasoline, diesel fuel, jet fuel, and heating fuels or   feed stocks for chemical manufacturing.

•Petroleum and petroleum product security operations center workers and workers who support maintenance and emergency response services.

•Petroleum and petroleum product operations control rooms,  centers, and refinery facilities.

•Retail fuel centers such as gas stations and truck stops, and the distribution systems that support them.

•Supporting new and existing construction projects, including, but not limited to, pipeline construction. 

•Manufacturing and distribution of   equipment, supplies, and parts necessary for production, maintenance, restoration, and service of   petroleum and petroleum product operations and use, including end-users. Transmission and distribution pipeline workers, including but not limited to  pump stations and any other required, operations maintenance, construction, and support for petroleum products. Natural Gas, Natural Gas Liquids (NGL), Propane, and Other Liquid Fuels

•Workers who support onshore and offshore drilling operations, platform and drilling construction and maintenance; transportation (including helicopter operations); maritime transportation, supply, and dredging operations; maritime navigation; natural gas and natural gas liquid production, processing,extraction, storage and transportation; well intervention, monitoring, automation and control; waste disposal, and maintenance, construction, and operations.

•Workers in  the natural gas, NGL, propane, and other liquid fuels industries including but not limited to  those supporting safety, construction, manufacturing, transportation, permitting, operation/maintenance,engineering, physical and cyber security, monitoring, and logistics.

•Transmission and distribution pipeline workers, including compressor stations and any other required operations maintenance, construction, and support for natural gas, natural gas liquid, propane, and other liquid fuels.

•Workers at Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and Compressed Natural Gas   (CNG) facilities.

•Workers at natural gas, propane, natural gas liquids, liquified natural gas, liquid fuel storage facilities,underground facilities, and processing plants and other related facilities, including construction,maintenance, and support operations personnel. 

•Natural gas processing plants workers and those who deal with natural gas liquids.

•Workers who staff natural gas, propane, natural gas liquids, and other liquid fuel security operations centers, operations dispatch and control rooms and centers, and emergency response and customer emergencies (including leak calls) operations.

•Workers supporting drilling, production, processing, refining, and transporting natural gas,  propane,natural gas liquids, and other liquid fuels for use as end-use fuels, feed stocks for chemical manufacturing, or   use in  electricity generation.

•Workers supporting propane gas service maintenance and restoration, including call centers.

•Workers supporting propane, natural gas liquids, and other liquid fuel distribution centers.

•Workers supporting propane gas storage, transmission, and distribution centers.

•Workers supporting new and existing construction projects, including, but not limited to, pipeline construction. 

•Workers supporting ethanol and bio fuel production, refining, and distribution.

•Workers in  fuel sectors (including, but not limited to  nuclear, coal, and gas types and liquid fuels)supporting the mining, manufacturing, logistics, transportation, permitting, operation, maintenance, and monitoring   of   support for resources.

•Workers ensuring, monitoring, and engaging in  the physical security of   assets and locations associated with natural gas, propane, natural gas liquids, and other liquid fuels.•Workers involved in  the manufacturing and distribution of   equipment, supplies, and parts necessary to  maintain production, maintenance, restoration, and service of   natural gas, propane, natural gas liquids,and other liquid fuels operations and use, including end-users.

WATER AND WASTE WATER

Workers needed to operate and maintain drinking water and wastewater and drainage infrastructure, including:

•Operational staff at water authorities. Operational staff at community water systems.•Operational staff at wastewater treatment facilities.

•Workers repairing water and wastewater conveyances and performing required sampling or   monitoring,including field staff.

•Operational staff for water distribution and testing.

•Operational staff at wastewater collection facilities.

•Operational staff and technical support for SCADA Control systems.

•Chemical equipment and personal protection suppliers to  water and wastewater system.  

•Workers who maintain digital systems infrastructure supporting water and wastewater operations.

TRANSPORTATION AND LOGISTICS

•Workers supporting or  enabling transportation and logistics functions, including truck drivers, bus drivers,dispatchers, maintenance and repair technicians, warehouse workers, truck stop and rest area workers,driver training and education centers, Department of  Motor Vehicle (DMV) workers, enrollment agents for federal transportation worker vetting programs, towing and recovery services, roadside assistance workers, intermodal transportation personnel, and workers that construct, maintain, rehabilitate, and inspect infrastructure,  including those that require cross-jurisdiction travel.). 

•Workers supporting the distribution of   food, fuels, pharmaceuticals and medical material (including materials used in  radioactive drugs), and chemicals needed for water or   water treatment and energy maintenance. 

•Workers supporting operation of   essential highway infrastructure, including roads, bridges, and tunnels (e.g., traffic operations centers and moveable bridge operators).

•Workers   of   firms providing services, supplies, and equipment that enable warehouse and operations,including cooling, storing, packaging, and distributing products for wholesale or   retail sale or   use, including cold- and frozen-chain logistics for food and critical biologic products.

•Mass transit workers providing critical transit services and performing critical or   routine maintenance to  mass transit infrastructure or   equipment.

•Workers   supporting personal and commercial transportation services including taxis, delivery services,vehicle rental services, bicycle maintenance and car-sharing services, and transportation network providers.

•Workers, including police, responsible for operating and dispatching passenger, commuter, and freight trains and maintaining rail infrastructure and equipment.

•Maritime transportation workers, including port authority and commercial facility personnel, dredgers,port workers, security personnel, mariners, ship crew members, ship pilots,  tugboat operators, equipment operators (to include maintenance and repair, and maritime-specific medical providers), ship supply workers,  chandlers, and repair company   workers. Refer to  the United States Coast Guard's Marine Safety Information Bulletin "Maintaining Maritime Commerce and Identification of   Essential Maritime Critical Infrastructure Workers"   for more information.

•Workers,  including truck drivers, railroad employees, maintenance crews, and cleaners,  supporting transportation of   chemicals, hazardous, medical, and waste materials that support critical infrastructure,capabilities, functions, and   services, including specialized carriers, crane and rigging industry workers.

•Bus drivers and workers who provide or   support intercity, commuter, and charter bus service in  support of   other essential services or   functions. Automotive repair, maintenance, and transportation equipment manufacturing and distribution facilities(including those who repair and maintain electric vehicle charging stations).•Transportation safety inspectors, including hazardous material inspectors and accident investigator inspectors.

•Manufacturers and distributors (to include service centers and related operations) of   lighting and communication systems, specialized signage and structural systems, emergency response equipment and support materials, printers, printed materials, packaging materials, pallets, crates, containers, and other supplies needed to  support manufacturing, packaging staging and distribution operations, and other critical infrastructure needs.

•Postal Service, parcel, courier, last-mile delivery, and shipping and   related workers, to  include private companies,  who accept, process, transport, and deliver information and goods. 

•Workers who supply equipment and materials for maintenance of   transportation equipment.

•Workers who repair and maintain vehicles, aircraft, rail equipment, marine vessels, bicycles, and the equipment and infrastructure that enables operations that encompass movement of   cargo and passengers.

•Workers  who support air transportation for cargo and passengers, including operation distribution,maintenance, and sanitation.  This includes air traffic controllers,  flight dispatchers, maintenance personnel, ramp workers, fueling agents, flight crews, airport safety inspectors and engineers, airport operations personnel, aviation and aerospace safety workers,  security,  commercial space personnel, operations personnel,  accident investigators,  flight instructors , and other on- and off-airport facilities workers.

•Workers supporting transportation via inland waterways,  such as barge crew, dredging crew, and river port workers for essential goods.

•Workers critical to  the manufacturing, distribution, sales, rental, leasing, repair, and maintenance of   vehicles and other transportation equipment (including electric vehicle charging stations) and the supply chains that enable these operations to facilitate continuity of   travel-related operations for essential workers.

•Warehouse operators, including vendors and support personnel critical for business continuity (including heating, ventilation, and air conditioning ( HVAC) and electrical engineers,  security personnel, and janitorial staff), e-commerce or   online commerce, and customer service for essential functions.

PUBLIC WORKS AND INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT SERVICES

•Workers who support the construction, maintenance, or rehabilitation of   critical infrastructure.

•Workers supporting construction materials production, testing laboratories, material delivery services,and construction inspection.

•Workers who support the operation, inspection, and maintenance of   essential public works facilities and operations, including bridges, water and sewer main breaks, fleet maintenance personnel, construction of   critical or   strategic infrastructure, traffic signal maintenance,   emergency location services for buried utilities, maintenance of   digital systems infrastructure supporting public works operations, and other emergent issues.

•Workers such as plumbers, electricians, exterminators, builders (including building and insulation),contractors, HVAC Technicians, landscapers, and other service providers who provide services, including temporary construction, that are necessary to  maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of   residences, businesses and buildings,  such as hospitals and senior living facilities.

•Workers personnel,  who support operations that ensure, the availability of   and access to  needed facilities, transportation, energy, and communications through activities such as road and line clearing.  

•Workers who support the effective removal, storage, and disposal of   residential, industrial, and commercial solid waste and hazardous waste, including at landfill operations.

•Workers who support the operation, inspection, and maintenance of   essential dams, locks, and levees.

•Workers who support the inspection and maintenance of   aids to  navigation and other government-provided services that ensure continued maritime commerce.

COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

•Maintenance of   communications infrastructure, -- including privately owned and maintained communication systems, -- supported by technicians, operators, call centers, wire line and wireless providers, cable service providers, satellite operations, Internet Exchange Points, Points of Presence,Network Access Points, back haul and front haul facilities, and manufacturers and distributors of   communications equipment.

•Government and private sector workers,  including government contractors,  with work related to  underseacable infrastructure and support facilities, including cable landing sites, beach manhole vaults and covers, submarine cable depots, and submarine cable ship facilities.

•Government and private sector workers,  including government contractors,  supporting Department of   Defense internet and communications facilities.

•Network Operations staff, engineers, and technicians to  include IT managers and staff, HVAC and electrical engineers, security personnel, software and hardware engineers, and database administrators that manage the   network or   operate facilities.

•Workers responsible for infrastructure construction and restoration, including but not limited to  engineers, technicians, and contractors for construction and engineering of   fiber optic cables, buried conduit, small cells, other wireless facilities, and other communications sector-related infrastructure. This includes permitting, construction of   new facilities, and deployment of   new technology as required to  address congestion or   customer usage due to  unprecedented use of   remote services.•Installation,maintenance, and repair technicians that establish, support,  or   repair service as needed.

•Central office personnel to  maintain and operate central office, data centers, and other network office facilities, including critical support personnel assisting front line workers. 

•Customer service and support staff, including managed and professional services,  as well as remote providers of   support to  transitioning workers   to  set up and maintain home offices, who interface with customers to  manage or   support service environments and security issues including payroll, billing, fraud,logistics, and troubleshooting.

•Workers providing electronic security, fire, monitoring,  and life safety services, and who ensure physical security, cleanliness, and the safety of   facilities and personnel, including those who provide temporary licensing waivers for security personnel to  work in  other States or Municipalities.

•Dispatchers involved with service repair and restoration.

•Retail customer service personnel at critical service center locations to  address customer needs,including new customer processing,  distributing and repairing equipment, and addressing customer issues, in  order to  support individuals' remote emergency communications needs. Supply chain and logistics personnel to  ensure goods and products are available to  provision these front-line workers. 

•External Affairs personnel to  assist in  coordinating with local, state, and federal officials to  address communications needs supporting COVID-19 response, public safety, and national security.

•Workers responsible for ensuring that persons with disabilities have access to  and the benefits of   various communications platforms,  including those involved in  the provision of   telecommunication relay services, closed captioning of   broadcast television for the deaf,  video relay services for deaf citizens who prefer communication via American Sign Language over text, and audio-description for television programming. Information Technology

•Workers who support command centers, including, but not limited to ,  Network Operations Command Centers, Broadcast Operations Control Centers, and Security Operations Command Centers.

•Data center operators, including system administrators, HVAC and electrical engineers, security personnel, IT managers and purchasers, data transfer solutions engineers, software and hardware engineers, and database administrators for all industries,  including financial services.

•Workers who support client service centers, field engineers, and other technicians and workers supporting critical infrastructure, as well as manufacturers and supply chain vendors that provide hardware and software, support services, research and development, information technology equipment(to include microelectronics and semiconductors), HVAC and electrical equipment for critical infrastructure, and test labs and certification agencies that qualify such equipment (to include microelectronics, optoelectronics, and semiconductors) for critical infrastructure, including data centers.

•Workers needed to  preempt and respond to  cyber incidents involving critical infrastructure, including medical facilities;  state, local, tribal, and territorial ( SLTT) governments and federal facilities;  energy and utilities;  banks and financial institutions;  securities and other exchanges;  other entities that support the functioning of   capital markets, public works, critical manufacturing, food, and agricultural production; transportation; and other critical infrastructure categories and personnel, in  addition to  all cyber defense workers who can't perform their duties remotely.

•Suppliers, designers, transporters, and other workers supporting the manufacture, distribution,  provision, and construction of   essential global, national, and local infrastructure for computing services (including cloud computing services and telework capabilities), business infrastructure, financial transactions and services, web-based services, and critical manufacturing.

•Workers supporting communications systems, information technology, and work from home solutions used by law enforcement, public safety, medical, energy, public works, critical manufacturing, food and agricultural production, financial services, education, and other critical industries and businesses.

•Workers   required in  person to  support Software as a Service businesses that enable remote working,performance of   business operations, distance learning, media services, and digital health offerings, or   required for technical support crucial for business continuity and connectivity.

OTHER COMMUNITY OR GOVERNMENT-BASED OPERATIONS AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

•Workers to  ensure continuity of   building functions, including but not limited to  security and environmental controls (e.g., HVAC), the manufacturing and distribution of   the products required for these functions, and the permits and inspections for construction supporting essential infrastructure. Elections personnel to  include both public and private sector elections support.

•Workers supporting the operations of   the judicial system,  including judges, lawyers,  and others providing legal assistance. 

•Workers who support administration and delivery of   unemployment insurance programs,  incomemaintenance, employment service, disaster assistance, workers' compensation insurance and benefits programs, and pandemic assistance.

•Federal, State, and Local, Tribal, and Territorial government workers who support Mission Essential Functions and communications networks.

•Trade Officials (FTA negotiators; international data flow administrators).

•Workers who support radio, print, internet and television news and media services, including, but not limited to  front line news reporters, studio, and technicians for news gathering, reporting, and publishing news.

•Workers supporting Census 2020.

•Weather forecasters.

•Clergy for essential support.

•Workers who maintain digital systems infrastructure supporting other critical government operations.

•Workers who support necessary permitting, credentialing, vetting, and licensing for essential critical infrastructure workers and their operations.

•Customs and immigration workers who are critical to  facilitating trade in  support of   the national emergency response supply chain.

•Educators supporting public and private K-12 schools, colleges, and universities for purposes of   facilitating distance learning or   performing other essential functions.

•Workers at testing centers for emergency medical services and other healthcare workers.

•Staff at government offices who perform title search, notary, and recording services in support of   mortgage and real estate services and transactions.

•Residential and commercial real estate services, including settlement services.

•Workers supporting essential maintenance, manufacturing, design, operation, inspection, security, and construction for essential products, services, supply chain, and COVID-19 relief efforts.

•Workers performing services to  animals in  human care, including zoos and aquariums.

CRITICAL MANUFACTURING

•Workers necessary for the manufacturing of   metals (including steel and aluminum), industrial minerals,semiconductors, materials and products needed for medical supply chains and for supply chains associated with transportation, aerospace, energy, communications, information technology, food and agriculture, chemical manufacturing, nuclear facilities, wood products, commodities used as fuel for power generation facilities, the operation of   dams, water and wastewater treatment, processing and reprocessing of   solid waste, emergency services, and the defense industrial base. Additionally, workers needed to  maintain the continuity of   these manufacturing functions and associated supply chains, and workers necessary to  maintain a manufacturing operation in  warm standby.

•Workers necessary for the manufacturing of   materials and products needed to  manufacture medical equipment and PPE.

•Workers necessary for mining and production of   critical minerals, materials and associated essential supply chains, and workers engaged in  the manufacture and maintenance of   equipment and other infrastructure necessary for mining production and distribution.

•Workers who produce or   manufacture parts or   equipment that supports continued operations for any essential services and increase in  remote workforce,  including computing and communication devices,semiconductors, and equipment such as security tools for Security Operations Centers (SOCs) or   data centers.

•Workers manufacturing or   providing parts and equipment that enable the maintenance and continued operation of   essential businesses and facilities.

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

•Workers who manage hazardous materials associated with any other essential activity, including but not limited to  healthcare waste (medical, pharmaceuticals, medical material production, and testing operations from laboratories processing and testing kits) and energy ( including nuclear facilities).

•Workers who support hazardous materials response and cleanup.

•Workers who maintain digital systems infrastructure supporting hazardous materials management operations.

FINANCIAL SERVICES

•Workers who are needed to  provide, process, and maintain systems for processing, verification, and recording of   financial transactions and services, including payment, clearing, and settlement; wholesale funding; insurance services; consumer and commercial lending; public accounting; and capital markets activities. 

•Workers who are needed to  maintain orderly market operations to  ensure the continuity of  financial transactions and services.

•Workers who are needed to  provide business, commercial, and consumer access to  bank and non-bank financial services and lending services, including ATMs, lending and money transmission, lock box banking, and to  move currency, checks, securities, and payments (e.g., armored cash carriers). 

•Workers who support financial operations and those staffing call centers, such as those staffing data and security operations centers, managing physical security, or   providing accounting services.

•Workers supporting production and distribution of   debit and credit cards.

•Workers providing electronic point of   sale support personnel for essential businesses and workers.

CHEMICAL

•Workers supporting the chemical and industrial  gas supply chains, including workers at chemical manufacturing plants, laboratories, distribution facilities, and workers who transport basic raw chemical materials to  the producers of   industrial and consumer goods, including hand sanitizers, food and food additives, pharmaceuticals, paintings and coatings, textiles, building materials, plumbing, electrical, and paper products.

•Workers supporting the safe transportation of   chemicals, including those supporting tank truck cleaning facilities and workers who manufacture packaging items.

•Workers supporting the production of   protective cleaning and medical solutions, PPE,  chemical consumer and institutional products, disinfectants, fragrances, and packaging that prevents the contamination of   food, water, medicine, among others essential products. Workers supporting the operation and maintenance of   facilities (particularly those with high risk chemicals and sites that cannot be shut down) whose work cannot be done remotely and requires the presence of   highly trained personnel to  ensure safe operations, including plant contract workers who provide inspections.

•Workers (including those in  glass container manufacturing) who support the production and transportation of   chlorine and alkali manufacturing, single-use plastics, and packaging that prevents the contamination or   supports the continued manufacture of   food, water, medicine, and other essential products.

DEFENSE INDUSTRIAL BASE

•Workers who support the essential services required to  meet national security commitments to  the federal government and U.S. Military,  including,  but are not limited to, space and aerospace workers, nuclear matters workers, mechanical and software engineers (various disciplines), manufacturing and production workers,  IT support,  security staff, security personnel,  intelligence support, aircraft and weapon system mechanics and maintainers, and sanitary workers who maintain the hygienic viability of   necessary facilities.

•Personnel working for companies, and their subcontractors, who perform under contract or   sub-contract to  the Department of   Defense (DoD) and the Department of   Energy ( DoE) (on nuclear matters), as well as personnel at government-owned/contractor operated facilities, and who provide materials and services to  the DoD and DoE ( on nuclear matters), including support for weapon systems, software systems and cyber security, defense and intelligence communications,  surveillance, sale of   U.S. defense articles and services for export to  foreign allies   and partners (as authorized by the U.S. government), and space systems and other activities in  support of   our military, intelligence, and space forces. 

COMMERCIAL FACILITIES

•Workers who support the supply chain of   building materials from production through application and installation, including cabinetry, fixtures, doors, cement, hardware, plumbing (including parts and services), electrical, heating and cooling, refrigeration, appliances, paint and coatings, and workers   who provide services that enable repair materials and equipment for essential functions.

•Workers supporting ecommerce through distribution, warehouse, call center facilities, and other essential operational support functions,  that accept, store, and process goods, and that facilitate their transportation and delivery. 

•Workers in  hardware and building materials stores necessary to  provide access to  essential supplies, consumer electronics, technology and appliances retail, and related merchant wholesalers and distributors. 

•Workers distributing, servicing, repairing, installing residential and commercial HVAC systems, boilers,furnaces and other heating, cooling, refrigeration, and ventilation equipment.

•Workers supporting the operations of   commercial buildings that are critical to  safety, security, and the continuance of   essential activities, such as on-site property managers, building engineers, security staff,fire safety directors, janitorial personnel, and service technicians ( e.g., mechanical, HVAC, plumbers,electricians, and elevator).

•Management and staff at hotels and other temporary lodging facilities that provide for COVID-19 mitigation, containment, and treatment measures or   provide accommodations for essential workers.

RESIDENTIAL/ SHELTER FACILITIES AND SERVICES

•Workers providing dependent care services, particularly those whose services ensure essential workers can continue to  work.

•Workers who support food, shelter, and social services, and other necessities of   life for needy groups and individuals, including in -need populations and COVID-19 responders including travelling medical staff.

•Workers in  animal shelters.

•Workers responsible for the leasing of   residential properties to  provide individuals and families with ready access to  available housing.

•Workers responsible for handling property management, maintenance, and related service calls who can coordinate the response to  emergency "at-home" situations requiring immediate attention, as well as facilitate the reception of   deliveries, mail, and other necessary services.

•Workers performing housing and commercial construction related activities,  including those supporting government functions related to  the building and development process, such as inspections, permitting, and plan review services that can be modified to  protect the public health, but fundamentally should continue and enable the continuity of   the construction industry (e.g., allow qualified private third-party inspections in  case of   federal government shutdown).

•Workers performing services in  support of   the elderly and disabled populations who coordinate a variety of   services, including health care appointments and activities of daily living.

•Workers responsible for the movement of   household goods.

HYGIENE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

•Workers who produce hygiene products.

•Workers in  laundromats, laundry services, and dry cleaners.

•Workers providing personal and household goods,  repair, and maintenance. 

•Workers providing disinfection services for all essential facilities and modes of   transportation and who support the sanitation of   all food manufacturing processes and operations from wholesale to  retail.

•Workers necessary for the installation, maintenance, distribution, and manufacturing of   water and space heating equipment and its components.

•Support required for continuity of  services, including commercial disinfectant services, janitorial and cleaning personnel, and support personnel functions that need freedom of   movement to  access facilities in  support of   front-line workers. 

•Workers supporting the production of   home cleaning, pest control, and other essential products necessary to  clean, disinfect, sanitize, and ensure the cleanliness of   residential homes, shelters, and commercial facilities.

•Workers supporting agriculture irrigation infrastructure.

•Workers supporting the production of   home cleaning and pest control products.