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Jul 27, 2010

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Bill Harshaw

One problem is the ambiguity of "agency". Is the USDA an "agency", or are the subordinate agencies (NRCS, FSA, FNS, etc.) Who publishes what for whom?

Some more items:
-links to statistics on cost and usage of all websites. (Maybe a cost per 1000 visits metric?)
-GPRA--seems to be ignored, but having a performance plan is, I think, still a legal requirement.
-Statistics on the employee count, including diversity. This information may be available for "Federal" employees at OPM, but some agencies have "non-Federal" employees as well. Should cover both.
-links to the anuual regulatory plan.

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