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U. S. Department of Agriculture e. Government Program Prototype Weekly Status Meeting May 13, U. S. Department of Agriculture e. Government Program Prototype Weekly Status Meeting May 13, 2003

Deliverable Targets Throughout the development of the prototype, we will focus on meeting specific Deliverable Targets Throughout the development of the prototype, we will focus on meeting specific dates to ensure the delivery of the final Prototype by June 27 th Dates Business Scenarios Activities April 28, 2003 CMIS, GOS, Consolidated Customer Statement, e. Grants, OTA, e. Learning, EIS, Food Safety Develop budget for business scenario Week of April 28 th CMIS, GOS, Consolidated Customer Statement, e. Grants, OTA, e. Learning, EIS, Food Safety Hold and participate in facilitated sessions to define business scenario May 02, 2003 CMIS, GOS, Consolidated Customer Statement, e. Grants, OTA, e. Learning, EIS, Food Safety Develop business scenario scope document May 02, 2003 OTA, e. Learning, EIS, Food Safety, , e. Grants, CMIS Create site map for integration into overall Prototype site map May 19 th May 30 th Participate in look and feel design sessions May 30, 2003 Create storyboards/content for integration into the overall Prototype storyboard June 13, 2003 Create business scenario functionality and ASP/HTML screens Week of June 16 th Perform testing on business scenario functionality and ASP/HTML screens June 20, 2003 Provide links to business scenario functionality or ASP/HTML screens June 20, 2003 Create scripts for the business scenarios 2

High Level Prototype Site Map 3 High Level Prototype Site Map 3

Commodity Market Information System Scenario Site Map USDA. Gov Homepage Personalized Ag Producer Portal Commodity Market Information System Scenario Site Map USDA. Gov Homepage Personalized Ag Producer Portal Personalized Business Partner Portal Pages built for prototype Personalized USDA Employee Portal Commodity Market Portal Commodity Time Series Data Market Commentary and Analysis Commodity Market Relationships Market Related Indicators Weather and other conditions XML interface AMS data ERS data FAS data FSA data 4 NASS data WAOB data

Online Trade Assistance Scenario Site Map 5 Online Trade Assistance Scenario Site Map 5

DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Online Trade Assistance Home Page United States DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Online Trade Assistance Home Page United States Department of Agriculture business partner portal home about USDA agencies & offices contact us faq’s help logout my tools • Customize my usda • Edit Profile • En Espanol my resources • Food Safety • Online Trade Assistance • Grants • Land Inventory Reports Business Partner Identity Image In Trade News More… Search: > USDA Online Trade Assistance USDA Requests Comments on Sugar Re-Export Program USDA Briefing Held to Discuss the Rebuilding of Iraqi Agriculture USDA and Russia Sign Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation in Agriculture Latest Trade Reports More… 04/30 Tobacco: World Markets and Trade Export Checklist This is an easy checklist for new and experienced exporters to assist you in all the stages necessary for getting your product out to your desired market. The steps are: • Export Readiness Assessment • Create an Export Plan • Market Research 05/01 Corn: World Markets and Trade Exporter Key Services • Country Information • Buyer Alert The Buyer Alert service is a proven way to inform foreign buyers about your products and company. It is a biweekly newsletter distributed by USDA overseas offices, which allows your "For Sale" ad to be read in 75 countries, often in the local language, by over 17, 000 importers worldwide. • Commodity Information • US Export Requirements • Licensing and Certifications • Export Programs Trade Policy • Trade Leads offer U. S. exporters timely information on foreign buyers who are seeking U. S. food, agricultural, and forest products. • Trade Shows Participate in a professional trade show after you have completed your market research to assist you in locating potential customers. • Foreign Buyer Lists This service offers information on more than 20, 000 foreign buyers of food, natural fiber, and wood products in 80 countries. Our current trade policy greatly affects our export businesses. Find vital information from the WTO and FTAA using the following the link. • Trade Policy Information Useful Links • Export. gov • FAS • US Suppliers The U. S. Suppliers Service is a searchable database of over 5, 000 U. S. exporters and their products, used by USDA/FAS to help facilitate connecting potential buyers with U. S. suppliers. • Buy. USA. gov Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 6

DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Market Research Page United States Department of DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Market Research Page United States Department of Agriculture business partner portal home about USDA agencies & offices contact us faq’s help logout my tools • Customize my usda • Edit Profile • En Espanol my resources • Food Safety • Online Trade Assistance • Grants • Land Inventory Reports Business Partner Identity Image Search: USDA Online Trade Assistance Market Research… If your product is competitive in the U. S. market, it is likely that it can also be competitive in international markets. You will need to know the Harmonized Commodity Code (HS) for your product. The Harmonized System (which the U. S. calls Schedule B) classifies products to be traded by a 10 digit code, which is used in trade statistics and on export documents. Information on product classification is available through the The Census Bureau. Potential Market Assessment… The next step in conducting market research is to assess potential markets for your product. One of the best methods is to look at trade statistics (in terms of both volume and value) for the past three to five years. Trade statistics provide information on U. S. exports of different products to various countries, the size of the market you are targeting, and the US share of a country's imports. An examination of trade statistics can help you identify, for your product, the historically largest markets, the fastest-growing ones or the more under-developed markets that may provide ground-floor opportunities. You should also make use of the various market reports and publications available, which often contain original research on specific countries and may contain information on both buyers and competitors. • US Trade Reports • BICO Reports Search… • Market Research Reports • Product Briefs Subject: • Sector Reports Country: • HRI Sector Reports Source: • FAIRS • Promotional Opportunities Reports • Exporter Guides by country Search • World Markets and Trade Publications • PSDOnline Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 7 >

DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Country Information Page United States Department of DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Country Information Page United States Department of Agriculture business partner portal home about USDA agencies & offices contact us faq’s help logout my tools Business Partner Identity Image Search: USDA Online Trade Assistance • Customize my usda Select a Country: Brazil Select a Product: Corn • Edit Profile • En Espanol my resources • Food Safety • Online Trade Assistance • Grants • Land Inventory Reports • Export Guide • FAS Country Page Link • FAIRS Report • Shipping Information • Required Forms • Hot Country Page Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 8 >

DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB US Export Requirements Page United States Department DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB US Export Requirements Page United States Department of Agriculture business partner portal home about USDA agencies & offices contact us faq’s help logout my tools • Customize my usda • Edit Profile • En Espanol my resources • Food Safety • Online Trade Assistance • Grants • Land Inventory Reports Business Partner Identity Image Search: USDA Online Trade Assistance US Export Requirements … Before exporting your goods, there a variety of requirements you must meet depending on your product. Use the following links to obtain information and verify compliance with US Export requirements. Ø FSIS – Export Requirements Ø US Trade Restrictions More information needed. This source provides information regarding trade restrictions due to embargos, domestic shortages, or other reasons. Ø US Customs and Services Export Requirements More information needed. ØUSDA Transportation Guide Ø Export Requirements Library This library provides foreign country import requirements, plant lists and export coordination notices for meat and poultry products. The average international shipment requires 46 separate documents depending on government requirements, terms of sale, etc. This source provides a complete guide and samples of documents. Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 9 >

DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Licensing and Certifications Page United States Department DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Licensing and Certifications Page United States Department of Agriculture business partner portal home about USDA agencies & offices contact us faq’s help logout my tools • Customize my usda • Edit Profile Business Partner Identity Image Search: USDA Online Trade Assistance Licensing and Certifications… The following sites will provide you with procedures and assistance for obtaining Export Certificates for agricultural products: • En Espanol my resources • Food Safety • Online Trade Assistance • Grants • Land Inventory Reports • Animal, Plant, Health Inspection Services (APHIS) • Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) Consult this source to obtain a certificate for animal or plant Consult this source to obtain an export permit for the export products. APHIS provides inspection and veterinary services for of species listed on the endangered list. plants, meat, poultry, live animals and animal products, to help ensure that your product will meet foreign import requirements. • Food and Drug Administration (FDA) • American Marketing Association (AMS) Consult this source to obtain the necessary certifications for any food or drug product. AMS provides services such as scientific testing and quality grading and certification to facilitate getting your product into a foreign market. • Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) Consult this source for an export permit for alcoholic beverages. The Federal Alcohol Administration Act requires anyone purchasing alcohol beverages for resale, either domestically or in foreign commerce, to first obtain a Wholesaler's Basic Permit from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF). • Bureau of Industry and Science (BIS) Consult this source to determine if you need to obtain an export license from the BIS. Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 10 >

DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Export Programs Page United States Department of DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Export Programs Page United States Department of Agriculture business partner portal home about USDA agencies & offices contact us faq’s help logout my tools • Customize my usda • Edit Profile • En Espanol my resources • Food Safety • Online Trade Assistance • Grants • Land Inventory Reports Business Partner Identity Image Search: USDA Online Trade Assistance Export Programs… • Dairy Export Incentive Program • Market Access Program (MAP) This program provides direct cost-share assistance to non-profit agricultural trade associations who assist U. S. companies in entering and expanding sales in foreign markets. Some of these trade associations then offer assistance to cooperatives and small companies for promotion of their brand name products overseas, and may be reimbursed for up to 50 percent of their eligible export promotions. This program aims to develop export markets for U. S. dairy products where they are not competitive because of the presence of subsidized products from other countries. • Export Enhancement Program This program helps U. S. produced agricultural goods compete with products from subsidizing countries, especially the European Union. • Export Credit Guarantee Programs • Foreign Market Development Program (FMD) This program uses funds from the U. S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) to aid in the creation, expansion, and maintenance of long-term export markets for U. S. agricultural products. • Emerging Markets This program is authorized by the Food, Agriculture, Conservation, and Trade Act of 1990 (FACT Act), as amended by the Federal Agriculture Improvement and Reform Act of 1996 (FAIR Act). Under the FAIR Act, a program of technical assistance to promote U. S. agricultural exports is authorized to emerging markets in all geographic regions. This program allows the USDA to underwrite credit extended by the private banking sector for up to three and ten years, respectively, on exports of food and agricultural products. • Technical Assistance for Specialty Crops (TASC This program helps to open, retain, and expand markets for US specialty crops. • Food Aid Programs U. S. programs help feed the hungry, improve global food security, encourage education, and promote agricultural and economic development in poor countries. • Section 108 • Quality Samples Program This program helps U. S. agricultural trade organizations provide small samples of their agricultural products to potential importers in emerging markets overseas. This program provides cost-sharing assistance in the form of foreign currencies to both the public and private sector for the development, maintenance, and expansion of long-term export markets for U. S. agricultural products and agricultural technical assistance. Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 11 >

Learning Management System Scenario Site Map 12 Learning Management System Scenario Site Map 12

DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB e. Learning. Home. Page United States Department DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB e. Learning. Home. Page United States Department of Agriculture employee partner portal home about USDA agencies & offices contact us faq’s help logout my tools • Customize my usda • Edit Profile • En Espanol my resources • Food Safety • Online Trade Assistance • Grants • Land Inventory Reports Employee Identity Image Search: > e. Learning Welcome Sarah to e. Learning View Individual Development Plan View Courses You can use e. Learning to manage your professional development. View Transcript My Schedule… • Register for Your Courses You may search for courses by Agency, Category, or by Title. Register for your course directly from the course description or from your Training Plan. Currently you have two scheduled events. - Civil Rights Law Training - Internet Security Fundamentals • Review Your Training Plan Your training plan will contain all required an recommended courses. You many also add courses to this plan under the electives tab. • Review Your Course History This is a comprehensive record of all current, completed, and denied/cancelled courses that you have previously enrolled in. • Plan Your Development This tool allows you to plan your development using skill assessment tools. You can evaluate your current skill set, determine which new skills you would like to acquire, and plan for the development of those new skills. Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 13 Plan My Development

DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Training Plan by Required Courses Page United DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Training Plan by Required Courses Page United States Department of Agriculture employee partner portal Search: home about USDA agencies & offices contact us faq’s help logout my tools • Customize my usda • Edit Profile • En Espanol my resources • Food Safety • Online Trade Assistance • Grants Employee Identity Image Individual Development Plan For Sarah L. Cooke Required Courses > e. Learning View Individual Development Plan View Courses Recommended Courses View Transcript Plan My Development Elective Courses Course Number Course Name Status Hours Type AIE 837 SJ 8 AIE 853 G 31 YWOENW 3 IEWY 93741 Civil Rights Law Training Internet Security Fundamentals Making Budgets Work Sources of Funding Enrolled 3 4 2 4 Online Completed • Land Inventory Reports Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 14

DATE 05. 22. 2003 TYPE PAGE Course Description Page SB United States Department of DATE 05. 22. 2003 TYPE PAGE Course Description Page SB United States Department of Agriculture employee partner portal home about USDA agencies & offices contact us faq’s help logout my tools • Customize my usda • Edit Profile • En Espanol my resources • Food Safety • Online Trade Assistance • Grants • Land Inventory Reports Employee Identity Image Course Description Search: > e. Learning View Courses View Individual Development Plan View Transcript Plan My Development Making Budgets Work Rating: ØStudent Comments Course Number: YWOENW 3 Type: Online Hours: 2 Price: $0. 00 Description: Often a source of frustration to inexperienced managers, the budget is the part of the finance system that every manager must know. Through the budgeting process, organizations forecast revenues and resource needs. Forecasts are transformed into operating budgets which are then monitored for adherence. This course will provide no financial managers with the awareness of the budgeting process they need to use the process effectively. Managers will be introduced to the concepts they need to make the budgeting process work for their teams as well as their organization. Prerequisites: None Notes: None Enroll in Course Add to Training Plan Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 15

DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Enrolled Course Confirmation Page United States Department DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Enrolled Course Confirmation Page United States Department of Agriculture employee partner portal home about USDA agencies & offices contact us faq’s help logout my tools Employee Identity Image • Customize my usda • Edit Profile • En Espanol my resources > e. Learning View Courses View Individual Development Plan View Transcript Making Budgets Work Thank you for enrolling in Making Budgets Work. This course has been added to your current courses. • Food Safety • Online Trade Assistance Search: Start Course/Download Now Start Course Later • Grants • Land Inventory Reports Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 16 Plan My Development

DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Transcript of Current Courses Page United States DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Transcript of Current Courses Page United States Department of Agriculture employee partner portal my tools • Customize my usda Search: home about USDA agencies & offices contact us faq’s help logout Current Courses Completed Courses Employee Denied/Cancelled Courses e. Learning Identity Image Certificates Transcript For Sarah L. Cooke View Courses View Individual Development Plan View Transcript > Plan My Development • Edit Profile • En Espanol Current Courses Completed Courses Denied/Cancelled Courses Certificates my resources • Food Safety Course Number Course Name Status Hours Type Action • Online Trade Assistance AIE 837 SJ 8 AIE 853 G 31 YWOENW 3 Civil Rights Law Training Internet Security Fundamentals Making Budgets Work Enrolled 03/12/03 Enrolled 03/16/03 Enrolled 04/15/03 3 4 2 Online > Action • Grants ØEnter the course ØDownload ØMark as completed ØCancel • Land Inventory Reports Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 17

Grant Application Process Scenario Site Map 18 Grant Application Process Scenario Site Map 18

DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB e. Grants Home Page United States Department DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB e. Grants Home Page United States Department of Agriculture business partner portal home about USDA agencies & offices contact us faq’s help logout my tools • Customize my usda • Edit Profile • En Espanol my resources • Food Safety • Online Trade Assistance • Grants • Land Inventory Reports Business Partner Identity Image Search: > USDA E-Grants How to Find USDA Grant Opportunities How to Apply for USDA Grant Opportunities All of USDA's Federal Financial Assistance Programs can be found through a variety of sources. Need to add content • Writing a Grant Proposal • Fed. Grants. gov This a presidential initiative website which allows the user to search and apply for all grant funding opportunities. The grant opportunities are searchable by agency, department, date posted, and other parameters. • Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) The CFDA lists all available programs across all government agencies. The website is searchable and contains detailed program information including contact information. A successful grant proposal is one that is well-prepared, thoughtfully planned, and concisely packaged. Click on the above link for a step by step guide on how to write a successful grant proposal. • Fed. Grants. gov The federal government requires that all grant applications be submitted through the Fed. Grants. gov website. Applicants may apply and submit all supporting documents through this website. Rules and Regulations Need to add content. • Federal Register Most funding opportunities for the public are listed in the Federal Register. This is a government-wide daily publication covering aspects of the entire Federal government. Funding opportunities are published here by government Agency. • USDA Federal Regulations • Laws, Regulations, Executive Orders Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 19

DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Assign Tasks for New Applications Page United DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Assign Tasks for New Applications Page United States Department of Agriculture business partner portal Search: home about USDA agencies & offices contact us faq’s help logout my tools • Customize my usda Employee Identity Image USDA E-Grants Assign Tasks • Edit Profile • En Espanol > New Applications Need Subsequent Review Need Propose Funding Need Award/Deny Grant Applications Need Post Award Review Overridden Applications my resources Seq Num Fund Number Grant Name • Food Safety AIE 837 SJ 8 030703 -001 Distance Learning 03/12/03 New > Action • Online Trade Assistance AIE 853 G 31 030703 -001 Higher Education Multcul. 03/16/03 New > Action YWOENW 3 031803 -001 Biomass Research and 04/15/03 New • Grants Date Submit Status Assigned To • Land Inventory Reports Sarah Cooke Task Assigned Action Eligibility Review ØAssign Reviewer ØAssign Review Stage ØOverride Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 20 > Action Sarah Cooke Eligibility Review

DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Assign Tasks for Subsequent Review Page United DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Assign Tasks for Subsequent Review Page United States Department of Agriculture business partner portal Search: home about USDA agencies & offices contact us faq’s help logout my tools • Customize my usda Employee Identity Image USDA E-Grants Assign Tasks • Edit Profile • En Espanol > New Applications Need Subsequent Review Need Propose Funding Need Award/Deny Grant Applications Need Post Award Review Overridden Applications my resources Seq Num Fund Number Grant Name • Food Safety AIE 837 SJ 8 030703 -001 Distance Learning 03/12/03 Pass Eligibility > Action • Online Trade Assistance AIE 853 G 31 030703 -001 Higher Education Multcul. 03/16/03 Pass Eligibility > Action YWOENW 3 031803 -001 Biomass Research and 04/15/03 Development Pass Eligibility Sarah Cooke Mary Hardy • Grants Date Submit Status Assigned To Task Assigned Action • Land Inventory Reports Panel Review ØAssign Reviewer ØAssign Review Stage ØDelete Reviewer ØOverride Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 21 > Action Mary Hardy Panel Review

DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Employee Task List Page United States Department DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Employee Task List Page United States Department of Agriculture business partner portal Search: home about USDA agencies & offices contact us faq’s help logout my tools • Customize my usda Employee Identity Image USDA E-Grants Grant Applications for Sarah L. Cooke’s Review • Edit Profile Review • En Espanol my resources Seq Num • Food Safety • Online Trade Assistance > AIE 837 SJ 8 AIE 853 G 31 YWOENW 3 Propose Funding Award/Deny Grant Applications Post Award Review Fund Number Grant Name Date Submit Date Assigned Task Assigned Action 030703 -001 031803 -001 Distance Learning and Telemedicine Higher Education Multicultural Biomass Research and Development 03/12/03 03/16/03 04/15/03 04/25/03 Eligibility Review Panel > Action ØReview Passed ØReview Rejected ØReview Pending ØOverride • Grants • Land Inventory Reports Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 22

DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Grant Form 424 Page United States Department DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Grant Form 424 Page United States Department of Agriculture business partner portal home about USDA agencies & offices contact us faq’s help logout my tools • Customize my usda Employee Identity Image USDA E-Grants Form 424 Supporting Documents Grant Application History my resources • Food Safety > Grant Id YWOENW 3 • Edit Profile • En Espanol Search: • Online Trade Assistance • Grants • Land Inventory Reports Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 23 Customer History

DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Grant Application History Page United States Department DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB Grant Application History Page United States Department of Agriculture business partner portal Search: home about USDA agencies & offices contact us faq’s help logout my tools • Customize my usda Employee Identity Image USDA E-Grants Grant Id YWOENW 3 • Edit Profile Form 424 • En Espanol my resources • Food Safety • Online Trade Assistance > Supporting Documents Grant Application History Customer History Date Assigned Date of Change Reviewer Task Assigned Task Result Comments Status 04/15/03 04/25/03 04/20/03 04/30/03 Sarah Cooke Mary Hardy Eligibility Review Panel Review Pass Comments Pass Eligibility Review Pass Panel Review In Progress • Grants • Land Inventory Reports Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 24

Executive Information System Scenario Site Map usda. gov homepage login Personalized USDA Employee Portal Executive Information System Scenario Site Map usda. gov homepage login Personalized USDA Employee Portal Executive Information System Home Disaster Relief Project View Travel & Appearance Module View Stmt of Earnings & Leave Pop Up Disaster Relief Project Status Report Pop Up 25

DATE 05. 22. 2003 TYPE PAGE Executive Dashboard Page SB 2 United States Department DATE 05. 22. 2003 TYPE PAGE Executive Dashboard Page SB 2 United States Department of Agriculture Search: home newsroom about USDA agencies & offices faq’s contact us logout my tools • Customize my usda Executive Identity Image Welcome! - Project Central Click on project name for more detailed status information. My Email From Subject Received my links ME Server went down and could not be brought up - Collins, Tom Flight Schedule SWA Mon 5/5/2002 Daniels, Jack Hotel Reservation Mon 5/5/2002 Adams, Sam Speech Notes Sun 5/4/2002 Doe, Adam DOA Fri 5/2/2002 Disaster Relief Program Ahead of schedule and under budget • Edit Profile > 62 items, 4 unread USDA and Home Land Security Requirements Meetings are running behind schedule • My employee express • Thrift Savings Plan • Food Safety Staff Alert Travel Equipment & Supplies Training Contracts Financial Information On time Problems Late + + + - Travel & Appearance Personal Statement of Earnings & Leave My Calendar Tuesday, May 6 7: 00 Breakfast 8: 00 9: 00 Disaster Relief Status Meeting 10: 00 Original Budget Dollars Spent Staff Travel Equipment/Supplies Training Contracts Salary Expenses $5, 500, 000 $1, 000 $100, 000 $200, 000 $300, 000 $100, 000 $200, 000 $150, 999 $3, 000 $1, 000 $200, 000 $100, 000 $120, 000 $100, 000 Total $9, 620, 000 $295, 0999 Remaining Balance $6, 669, 001 11: 00 12: 00 1: 00 Lunch 2: 00 3: 00 4: 00 5: 00 26 Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA + + + -

DATE 05. 22. 2003 TYPE PAGE Disaster Relief Project View SB 2 United States DATE 05. 22. 2003 TYPE PAGE Disaster Relief Project View SB 2 United States Department of Agriculture Search: home newsroom about USDA agencies & offices faq’s contact us logout my tools • Customize my usda • Edit Profile my links Executive Identity Image Welcome! - Project Central Click on Deliverable for Status Report Deliverables Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Decision Memos -------------------- Write Regulations --------------- Publish Regulations ----- Develop Software --------------------- Conduct Training ---------- Customer Signup ------ • My employee express • Thrift Savings Staff Plan • Food Safety Travel Equipment & Supplies Alert Training Contracts Financial Information + + + Original Budget Dollars Spent Staff Travel Equipment/Supplies Training Contracts Salary > $200, 000 $200, 100 $100, 000 $10, 000 $1, 000 $20, 000 $150, 999 $100, 000 $1, 000 $200, 000 $100, 000 $120, 000 $100, 000 My Email From Subject Received Collins, Tom Flight Schedule SWA Mon 5/5/2002 Daniels, Jack Hotel Reservation Mon 5/5/2002 Adams, Sam Speech Notes Sun 5/4/2002 Doe, Adam DOA Fri 5/2/2002 62 items, 4 unread Travel & Appearance Personal Statement of Earnings & Leave My Calendar Tues, May 6 8: 00 am Breakfast 8: 30 am 9: 00 am Disaster Relief Status Meeting 9: 30 am 10: 00 am 10: 30 am 11: 00 am Lunch 12: 00 pm Total $750, 000 $563, 099 Remaining Balance $186, 901 Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 27 - + + + -

05. 22. 2003 DATE TYPE PAGE SB 2 Disaster Relief Project Status Report Pop 05. 22. 2003 DATE TYPE PAGE SB 2 Disaster Relief Project Status Report Pop Up View United States Department of Agriculture Search: home newsroom about USDA agencies & offices faq’s contact us logout my tools • Customize my usda • Edit Profile my links Executive Identity Image > Welcome! - Project Central Click on Deliverable for Status Report My Email From Subject Received - Collins, Tom Flight Schedule SWA Mon 5/5/2002 Deliverables 05/01 to 05/08 to 05/15 to 05/22 Daniels, Jack Hotel Reservation Mon 5/5/2002 Adams, Sam Speech Notes Sun 5/4/2002 Decision Memos -------------------- Disaster Relief Program Deliverable “Decision Memos” Doe, Adam DOA Fri 5/2/2002 Write Regulations --------------- Weekly Status - May 01, 2003 Publish Regulations ----- 62 items, 4 unread Develop Software --------------------- Conduct Training ---------- Tasks completed this week: Travel & Appearance Customer Signup ------ Completed Decision memos Personal • Held initial discussion with Disaster Relief Team to define approach Current Week • My employee Statement of Earnings & Leave express • Thrift Savings Staff Tasks for next week: + My Calendar Plan Finalize approach presentation for Disaster Relief Program Tues, May 6 + • Food Safety Travel • Conduct follow-up meeting with Tom Collins to discuss training. Equipment & Supplies Alert + 8: 00 am Breakfast • Schedule requirements prioritization meeting Training + Issues: Contracts + 8: 30 am • None Financial Information + 9: 00 am Disaster Relief Status Meeting Original Budget Dollars Spent Staff Travel Equipment/Supplies Training Contracts Salary $200, 000 $200, 100 $100, 000 $10, 000 $1, 000 $20, 000 $150, 999 $100, 000 $1, 000 $200, 000 $100, 000 $120, 000 $100, 000 9: 30 am 10: 00 am PRINT 10: 30 am 11: 00 am Lunch 12: 00 pm Total $750, 000 $563, 099 Remaining Balance $186, 901 Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 28 CLOSE + + + -

DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB 2 Travel & Appearance Module View United DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB 2 Travel & Appearance Module View United States Department of Agriculture home newsroom about USDA agencies & offices faq’s contact us logout my tools • Customize my usda • Edit Profile Executive Identity Image - Project Central Click on project name for more detailed status information. 62 items, 4 unread Problems Late + + + - Statement of Earnings & Leave Travel & Appearance Mon 5 Original Budget Dollars Spent Staff Travel Equipment/Supplies Training Contracts Salary Expenses $5, 500, 000 $1, 000 $100, 000 $200, 000 $300, 000 $100, 000 $200, 000 $150, 999 $3, 000 $1, 000 $200, 000 $100, 000 $120, 000 $100, 000 Total $9, 620, 000 $295, 0999 Remaining Balance $6, 669, 001 - + + + - Personal My Calendar USDA and Home Land Security Requirements Meetings are running behind schedule On time My Email From Subject Received Collins, Tom Flight Schedule SWA Mon 5/5/2002 Daniels, Jack Hotel Reservation Mon 5/5/2002 Adams, Sam Speech Notes Sun 5/4/2002 Doe, Adam DOA Fri 5/2/2002 ME Server went down and could not be brought up • My employee express • Thrift Savings Travel Plan Equipment & Supplies • Food Safety Training Alert Contracts Staff Financial Information > Welcome! Disaster Relief Program Ahead of schedule and under budget my links Search: 8: 00 AM 9: 00 AM 10: 00 AM 11: 00 AM 12: 00 AM 1: 00 AM 2: 00 AM 3: 00 AM 4: 00 AM 5: 00 AM Tues 6 Wed 6 Disaster Relief Meeting in Dallas, TX 90 F Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 29 Publish Regulations Conference in DC 78 f

DATE 05. 22. 2003 TYPE PAGE Statement of Earnings & Leave Module View SB DATE 05. 22. 2003 TYPE PAGE Statement of Earnings & Leave Module View SB 2 United States Department of Agriculture home newsroom about USDA agencies & offices faq’s contact us logout my tools • Customize my usda • Edit Profile my links Executive Identity Image Search: > Welcome! - Project Central Click on project name for more detailed status information. My Email From Subject Received Collins, Tom Flight Schedule SWA Mon 5/5/2002 Daniels, Jack Hotel Reservation Mon 5/5/2002 Adams, Sam Speech Notes Sun 5/4/2002 Doe, Adam DOA Fri 5/2/2002 ME Server went down and could not be brought up Disaster Relief Program Ahead of schedule and under budget 62 items, 4 unread USDA and Home Land Security • My employee Requirements Meetings are running behind schedule express On time Problems Late • Thrift Savings Plan + Equipment & Supplies • Food Safety Training + Alert Contracts + Staff + Financial Information + - Travel & Appearance Personal My Calendar Statement of Earnings & Leave + + + - Employee Name Social Security Number Check Date Sam Adam 555 -55 -5555 05/05/03 Earnings Reductions and Deductions Year to Date $120, 000 FICA $1, 200, 000 Total Gross Earnings Net Pay Period Ending $300, 000 $150, 000 03/05/03 Authorization Date Processed Net to Traveler Dates of Travel 2 cs 90704003 04/02/2003 $815. 05 05/10/03 2 cs 90704003 04/02/2003 $815. 05 05/10/03 Travel Advances Authorization Dates of Travel Amount Advance Processed Advanced Balance 2 cs 90704003 04/02/2003 04/03/03 to $800. 00 $0. 00 04/05/03 Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 30 -

Food Safety Alert System Scenario Site Map usda. gov homepage login Personalized Ag Producer Food Safety Alert System Scenario Site Map usda. gov homepage login Personalized Ag Producer Portal Personalized Business Partner Portal Personalized USDA Employee Portal Food Safety Alert System Home Disaster help. gov Confidential Food Safety Alert Information Additional Alert Information 31

DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB 2 Ag Producer Food Safety Alert System DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB 2 Ag Producer Food Safety Alert System Home United States Department of Agriculture Ag Producer Food Safety Alert System Home home newsroom about USDA agencies & offices faq’s contact us logout my tools Ag Producer Identity Image Search: > My USDA, your personalized and comprehensive USDA information and action resource. • Customize my usda • Edit Profile my resources • Online Trade Top Stories /Alerts Ag Producer “Beef/Poultry” place holder NEWS: Mad Cow / Mad Deer USA / Canada 4/10 Illinois Firm Recalls Chicken Salad For Possible Listeria Contamination Ag Producer Beef/Poultry Specific Information place holder. 4/9 Three more Hunters Die of Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease • Loans 4/5 Fears Grow Over 'Mad Elk Disease‘ • Policy Gateway • Land Inventory Reports my links • Farm Bill 4/4 Activist Fears the Worst of CWD is Yet to Come Current Issues 4/5 Drought/Prevented Planting • Census Data • Quick Map 4/4 Premium Discount Plan • E-Forms 4/2 Transfer of Am. Ag Policies 4/3 Rebating • Weather Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 32

DATE 05. 22. 2003 TYPE PAGE Additional Alert Information SB 2 United States Department DATE 05. 22. 2003 TYPE PAGE Additional Alert Information SB 2 United States Department of Agriculture Ag Producer Food Safety Alert System Home home newsroom about USDA agencies & offices faq’s contact us logout Ag Producer Identity Image Search: > My USDA, your personalized and comprehensive USDA information and action resource. Illinois Firm Recalls Chicken Salad For Possible Listeria Contamination WASHINGTON, May 5, 2003– Blue Ridge Farms, Inc. , a Park Forest, Ill. , firm, is voluntarily recalling approximately 400 pounds of ready-to-eat chicken salad that may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, the U. S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced today. The products subject to recall are 5 -lb. tubs of "Blue Ridge Farms Made Fresh Daily Cajun Chicken Salad, " packed in individual cartons. Each tub and carton label has a bar code of "38419096130" and is marked "USE BY 05/28/03. " Each carton and tub also bears the establishment code "P-21279" inside the USDA seal of inspection. The chicken salad was produced on April 29 and distributed to retail stores in Alabama, Colorado, Illinois, Minnesota and Texas. "Because of the potential for food borne illness, we want consumers to be aware of the recall, " said Dr. Garry L. Mc. Kee, FSIS administrator. "Consumers should check their refrigerators for the recalled product and return it to the point of purchase. " The problem was discovered through routine FSIS microbiological testing. Consumption of food contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes can cause listeriosis, an uncommon but potentially fatal disease. Healthy people rarely contract listeriosis. Listeriosis can cause high fever, severe headache, neck stiffness and nausea. Listeriosis can also cause miscarriages and stillbirths, as well as serious and sometimes fatal infections in those with weak immune systems – infants, the frail or elderly and persons with chronic disease, HIV infection or in chemotherapy. FSIS has received no reports of illnesses associated with consumption of this product. Anyone concerned about an illness should contact a physician. Media with questions about the recall may contact Richard Siegel, chief operating officer, at 708 -748 -4405. Consumers with questions about the recall may contact David Monk, vice president of sales, at 708 -748 -4405. Consumers with food safety questions can phone the toll-free USDA Meat and Poultry Hotline at 1 -800 -535 -4555. The hotline is available in English and Spanish and can be reached from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. (Eastern Time) Monday through Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 33

DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB 2 Business Partner Food Safety Alert System DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB 2 Business Partner Food Safety Alert System Home United States Department of Agriculture Business Partner Food Safety Alert System Home home newsroom about USDA agencies & offices faq’s contact us logout my tools Business Partner Identity Image Search: My USDA, your personalized and comprehensive USDA information and action resource. • Customize my usda • Edit Profile Business Partner Specific “State Official” Place Holder Business Partner “State Official” specific Top Stories /Alerts NEWS: Mad Cow / Mad Deer USA / Canada my resources proprietary information place holder. 4/10 Credibility of Wisconsin DNR questioned • Online Trade 4/9 Three more Hunters Die of Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease • Loans 4/5 Fears Grow Over 'Mad Elk Disease‘ • Policy Gateway 4/4 Activist Fears the Worst of CWD is Yet to Come • Land Inventory Reports Current Issues 4/5 Drought/Prevented Planting my links 4/4 Premium Discount Plan 4/3 Rebating 4/2 Transfer of Am. Ag Policies Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 34 >

DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB 2 USDA Employee Food Safety Alert System DATE TYPE PAGE 05. 22. 2003 SB 2 USDA Employee Food Safety Alert System Home United States Department of Agriculture USDA Employee Food Safety Alert System Home home newsroom about USDA agencies & offices faq’s contact us logout my tools • Customize my usda • Edit Profile USDA Employee Identity Image My USDA, your personalized and comprehensive USDA information and action resource. Ports Confidential Information Login Data from the various ports listed alphabetically. User Name: -Port A my resources Password: • Online Trade (Several Fish imported from china may contain traces of disease x. ) Enter • Loans • Policy Gateway • Land Inventory Reports -Port B Top Stories /Alerts 4/10 Credibility of Wisconsin DNR questioned my links Search: (Fruit delivered from Mexico contain a rare strain of disease y) NEWS: Mad Cow / Mad Deer USA / Canada Tracking Tools 4/5 Fears Grow Over 'Mad Elk Disease‘ (tracking imported meat and poultry once it enters the country from AIIS (Automated Import Information System) 4/4 Activist Fears the Worst of CWD is Yet to Come -Animal Net Current Issues -Commodities tools 4/5 Drought/Prevented Planting -VS tools 4/4 Premium Discount Plan (Veterinary) 4/3 Rebating -File a Report 4/2 Transfer of Am. Ag Policies -Report Waste/Fraud Abuse 4/9 Three more Hunters Die of Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Accessibility Statement Privacy and Security Policy Nondiscrimination Statement FOIA 35 >

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