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REE maintains an electronic FOIA Library required under subsection (a)(2), which includes final opinions and orders made in adjudicating cases; final statements of policy and interpretations that have not been published in the Federal Register; administrative staff manuals and instructions to staff that affect members of the public; any records processed or disclosed in response to a FOIA request that are likely to become the subject of subsequent requests for substantially the same records; and a general index of the records that are likely to become the subject of subsequent requests.
Agriculture - Data.gov provides access to data that can help inform agriculture investment, innovation and policy strategy and includes information on agricultural production, food security, rural development, nutrition, natural resources, regional food systems.
Data Gateway is a database that enables users to find funding data, metrics, and information about research, education, and extension projects that have received grant awards from NIFA. Users can use terms and filters to search for projects, choose the data elements to see in the results, and export the results.
Alvin L. Young Collection on Agent Orange contains material donated to the National Agricultural Library's Special Collections by Alvin Young relating to Agent Orange to serve as a reference collection for future studies of the science, history, and social and political interactions that were a part of the Vietnam War.
You can also submit a FOIA request for the list of USDA's purchase cardholders and agency contacts designated to manage the purchase card program directly to Alexis Graves, USDAFOIA@ocio.usda.gov. FOIA requests can also be submitted through the USDA FOIA Public Access Website found at: https://efoia-pal.usda.gov/palMain.aspx.
USASpending.gov provides access to government contract, grant, and other award data.
Product Service Codes provide a list of codes which describe the predominant product or service procured.
Data.gov is the one stop website to find and download free government data in raw, structured formats. Federal agencies are proactively posting data on data.gov, including data that is the subject of frequent FOIA requests.
USDA.gov/open provides information on USDA data and the opportunity to provide feedback on published data, records, reports and resources USDA provides.
Grants.gov provides information on grant opportunities.
Fedbizopps.gov provides information on opportunities to do business with the Federal government..