USDA to modernize and innovate the delivery of agricultural systems<
By Agri-Pulse Staff
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“The Obama administration is working to improve farm program effectiveness and better meet the needs of rural producers, and this new technology will be a major step to help achieve that goal,” Vilsack said. “This upgrade will arm FSA employees with the tools, information and training they need to make it easier for those eligible for FSA programs to receive prompt, first-rate service.”
updated technology will be deployed in FSA county offices, and is expected to
transform the way FSA field staff delivers farm programs and benefits to
producers served by more than 2,200 offices throughout the
meeting is designed to provide an understanding of the MIDAS project goals,
strategy and approach to USDA senior level management, agency management,
contract partners and FSA employees. The kick-off meeting, which is open to the
public on the first day, will be in the Jefferson Auditorium in the
Modernizing USDA's business and information technology is part of Vilsack's goal to transform USDA into a premier organization of highly motivated, collaborative and mutually-supportive employees who are committed to creating an inclusive, diverse workplace environment that achieves high standards of performance and exceptional customer service.
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