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Farm Program Payments: USDA Should Correct Weaknesses in Regulations and Oversight to Better Ensure Recipients Do Not Circumvent Payment Limitations
Lawrence J. Dyckman (au)
Testimony of Lawrence J. Dyckman, Dir., Natural Resources & Environment, GAO, before the Comm. on Finance, U.S. Senate. Farmers receive about $15 billion annually in federal payments to help produce major crops, such as corn, cotton, rice, & wheat. The Farm Program Payments Integrity Act of 1987 limits payments to individuals & entities -- such as corporations & partnerships -- that are “actively engaged in farming.” This testimony is based on a report compiled by GAO. Specifically, GAO: (1) determined how well the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture’s (USDA) regulations limit payments; & (2) assessed USDA’s oversight of the 1987 act. Includes recommendations. Charts & tables.
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