The National Office has two, that’s right TWO work details open to FSA employees. The first detail is to assist with DAFP and closes on April 7, 2021. The second detail is to assist with the Conservation Division and closes on April 9, 2021. NASCOE realizes the abundance of talent FSA employees have across the country and wants to make sure everyone has the opportunity to apply. If you or a co-worker are interested in applying, this is a great way to be a part of our agency at a national level.
Deputy Administrator for Farm Programs (DAFP) Detail
Seeking current FSA CO or GS employee with strong FSA program knowledge and experience to assist the Deputy Administrator for Farm Programs (DAFP) with new and existing program implementation and policy. (Two positions available).
8-week detail starting in mid-April 2021.
Remote, with potential for travel to Washington DC (travel is optional).
COB April 7, 2021 (include brief overview about yourself and your work experience at FSA).
Summary: Selected individuals will work from their current location and can split their time between their current duties and this temporary assignment. They may be able to work in Washington DC for a two-week period, but travel is not required. They will assist DAFP to implement existing and new programs. Applicants must obtain approval/written concurrence from their supervisor(s), before applying. Applicants should respond by COB April 7th 2021 and include a few bullets about themselves. Include information about FSA work experience. It is anticipated the assignment will start in mid-April and last 8 weeks. Both CO and GS employees are encouraged to apply.
Conservation Division Detail
Duties: The FSA Conservation Division is seeking up to 3 individuals to serve as Agricultural Program Specialists to assist the Program Managers of the Conservation Division. Tasks may include, but are not limited to:
- Reviewing and editing FSA State Office amendments to Handbook 2-CRP regarding specific CREP Agreements.
- Reviewing and editing FSA State Office amendments to Handbook 2-CRP regarding specific SAFE projects.
- Reviewing and recommending edits to Handbooks (2-CRP, 1-ECP, and 1-EFRP).
- Develop a method to identify and track approved management activities.
- Assist in developing a new CRP emergency haying and grazing tracking system.
- Assist in automating the CRP haying and grazing provision in CCMS.
- Assist in responding to requests from FSA State Offices.
- Assist in the development of briefing materials, notices, and training materials.
- GS-9 or higher.
- Working knowledge of the FSA Conservation Programs.
- Experience writing clear, informative documents.
- Ability to communicate and work collaboratively.
- Open to all FPAC employees.
Detail assignment will be for up to 120-days, beginning on or about April 12, 2021.
Duties will be completed mainly from the employee’s current duty station with potential for 1-3 weeks in Washington, D.C. National Headquarters or Kansas City, as needed. Travel duration and timing will be determined with the individuals upon selection.
Apply to this detail by close of business April 9, 2021, by submitting your resume including specific relevant experience (not more than 2 pages), and a short cover letter stating your interest in this detail.
Apply to this detail by close of business April 9, 2021, by submitting your resume including specific relevant experience (not more than 2 pages), and a short cover letter stating your interest in this detail. Written approval from your immediate supervisor and/or concurrence from the State Executive Director/State Conservationist/Senior Supervisor must also be included. All documentation and questions should be submitted directly to Dana Ashford-Kornburger at