Long Term Standing Agreements For Storage, Transpotation And Lease
FARM SERVICE AGENCY
Public Law 107-347.
Provide storage, transportation, and lease for wheat, grain and other commodities in support of Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) price supports. FSA State and County Office lease agreements. This CFDA program is being used to report Non FAR (Federal Acquisition Register) lease, storage, transportation, and FFIS (Foundation Financial Information System) Non FPDSNG (Federal Prcurement Data System-Next Generation) lease agreements along with processing fees and bartering values. They are long standing agreements (contracts) with warehouses and transportation companies to store and transport grain and processed commodities, State and county office lease agreements, commodity processing fees and bartering values.
Types of Assistance
Direct Payments for Specified Use.
Uses and Use Restrictions
The payments provide for the storage, transportation, and leasing for wheat, grain and other commodities during the designated CCC price support period of activity. Payments may go to private entities in addition to State and local government's for STO/CTY lease agreements.
Approved and certified, crop storage facilities, transportation companies, and State and local governments. Payments may go to private entities in addition to State and local governments for STO/CTY lease agreements.
Farmers and producers whose crops are eligible for price supports through CCC. State, county, and local governments for Storage and lease agreements.
Application and Award Process
This program is excluded from coverage under E.O. 12372.
Upon request of Farm Service Agency, proposals are submitted to local county Farm Service Agency Office or Department of Agriculture Service Centers.
Farm Service Agency considers the proposals received, evaluates the qualifications of the proposal.
Range of Approval/Disapproval Time
Formula and Matching Requirements
Length and Time Phasing of Assistance
Determined by local FSA offices.
Post Assistance Requirements
Recipients under this program are subject to audit by the Office of the Regional Inspector General, Department of Agriculture.
Any individual or entity receiving payment under this program shall maintain and retain financial books, records, supporting documents, and all other records pertinent to the award for at least three years, following the end of the calendar year in which payment was received.
12-2900-0-1-352; 12-1336-0-1-351; 12-4336-0-3-999; 12-0600-0-1-351.
(Direct Payments) FY 07 $1,774,995,367; FY 08 est $6,606,532.07; and FY 09 est not reported.
Range and Average of Financial Assistance
Not available at this time.
Regulations, Guidelines and Literature
Program is announced through news media and in letters to agricultural storage, transportation and leasers in the county.
Regional or Local Office
Farm Service Agency state offices can inform applicants of county locations where applicants may sign up.
Department of Agriculture, Farm Service Agency, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, DC 20250-0540.
Web Site Address
Examples of Funded Projects
Criteria for Selecting Proposals
Applicants meeting eligibility requirements may receive assistance payments subject to the national payment factor. Applications are non-competitive.