Agriculture Fact Book 2001-2002 by Ann M. Veneman

By Ann M. Veneman

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The USDA Office of Outreach provides leadership and coordination on outreach issues at the national level to assure that all potential customers have full access to USDA programs and services. Through cooperative efforts, the Office of Outreach and USDA agencies place special emphasis on outreach to the under-served populations. In addition, the Office of Outreach serves as a contact point for those communitybased organizations making requests of USDA agencies at the national level. Office of Ethics The Office of Ethics was created in 1998 to direct and coordinate the ethics programs within the various mission areas of the Department and to service headquarters staff directly.

5% Native American females 1% Progress in Complaint Resolution. Effective and timely resolution of EEO and program complaints enhances USDA program delivery. The average processing time for EEO cases has been reduced 20 percent since the close of FY 2001, and for program cases the time to process the complaint fell 49 percent. 4% Continuing Policy Review. A performance objective of CR is to conduct civil rights impact analyses (CRIAs) of all USDA regulations to assess impacts on underserved customers.

Nonmetro areas in the Northeast ranked first in defense and space funding; the nonmetro Midwest ranked first in agricultural and natural resource payments; and the nonmetro West ranked first in funding from human resources, community resources, and other national functions. S. Department of Agriculture. ERS provides comprehensive economic analysis on issues related to agriculture, food, the environment, and rural America. gov/Emphases/Rural. Definitions Used in Tables Program Functions Six broad function categories for Federal programs are as follows: Agriculture and natural resources (agricultural assistance, agricultural research and services, forest and land management, water and recreation resources); ■ Community resources (business assistance, community facilities, community and regional development, environmental protection, housing, Native American programs, and transportation); ■ Defense and space (aeronautics and space, defense contracts, defense payroll and administration); ■ Human resources (elementary and secondary education, food and nutrition, health services, social services, training, and employment); ■ Income security (medical and hospital benefits, public assistance and unemployment compensation, retirement and disability—includes Social Security); ■ National functions (criminal justice and law enforcement, energy, higher education and research, and all other programs excluding insurance).

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