Val Dolcini USDA photo by Bob Nichols

FSA administrator Dolcini reflects on legacy

Farm Service Agency expands service offerings in vast grassroots network of county offices.

When Val Dolcini reflects on his 30-month tenure as the administrator of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Farm Service Agency (FSA), he wants his legacy to be one where others can see that the agency has been a conscientious steward of taxpayer money while offering new and innovative ways for the government to assist those in rural America.

FSA has a unique footprint, with more than 2,100 local county offices across the country. Dolcini said the grassroots connection sets his gove

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