SUBCHAPTER I—PRIORITIES, SCOPE, REVIEW, AND COORDINATION OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH, EXTENSION, AND EDUCATION
Standards for Federal funding of agricultural research, extension, and education.
Priority setting process.
Relevance and merit of agricultural research, extension, and education funded by the Department.
Review of plan of work requirements.
Budget submission and funding.
SUBCHAPTER II—NEW AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH, EXTENSION, AND EDUCATION INITIATIVES
7621 to 7623. Repealed.
National Food Safety Training, Education, Extension, Outreach, and Technical Assistance Program.
Integrated research, education, and extension competitive grants program.
Coordinated program of research, extension, and education to improve viability of small and medium size dairy, livestock, and poultry operations.
Support for research regarding diseases of wheat, triticale, and barley caused by Fusarium graminearum or by Tilletia indica.
Bovine Johne’s disease control program.
Grants for youth organizations.
Agricultural biotechnology research and development for developing countries.
Specialty crop research initiative.
SUBCHAPTER III—MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
Nutrient composition data.
Role of Secretary regarding food and agricultural sciences research and extension.
Office of Pest Management Policy.
Food Safety Research Information Office.
Safe food handling education.
Food safety education initiatives.
Designation of Crisis Management Team within Department.
Senior Scientific Research Service.
Evaluation and assessment of agricultural research, extension, and education programs.
Study of federally funded agricultural research, extension, and education.
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