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2011 Tennessee Mid-Year Workshop

The NASS Tennessee Field Office held a very productive and successful Mid-Year Workshop on May 10, 2011 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee to prepare for the June Area Survey. There were 6 NASDA Field Supervisors who participated in the workshop. Following the workshop, the Supervisors are conducting “mini-schools” to train their enumerator teams for the survey.This year, NASDA Enumerators…

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2011 New England Field Office and NEASDA Annual Meeting

New England Field OfficeNASDA’s NASS Program Director Charlie Ingram and Norman Bennett, NASS Director of Eastern Field Operations, visited the NASS New England Field Office in Concord, New Hampshire on June 8.It was a productive and busy day which included management meetings with the NASS team, led by FO Director Gary Keough and Deputy Ty Kalaus. Charlie also had the opportunity to…

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2011 New Jersey Mid-Year Workshop

The NASS New Jersey Field Office held a very productive and successful Mid-Year Workshop on May4-5, 2011 in Branchburg, New Jersey to prepare for the June Area Survey. About 15 NASDA Enumerators and 2 Supervisors attended the session. NASDA’s NASS Program Director Charlie Ingram participated in the session, along with the NASS Team: FO Director Troy Joshua, Deputy John Gibbons, and Ag…

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New York Field Office Visit (Albany, New York) March 29, 2011

NASDA’s NASS Program Director Charlie Ingram visited the NASS New York Field Office in Albany, New York on March 29, 2011. It was a productive and busy day which included management meetings with the NASS team and NASDA office enumerators. The day started with a management meeting with senior NASS staff—Director King Whetstone, Deputy Director Blair Smith, and NASDA Coordinator Robin…

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Louisiana ARMS III Workshop (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) February 3-4, 2011

The Louisiana NASS Field Office held a successful and productive workshop in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on February 3-4, 2011 to prepare for the ARMS III (Agricultural Resource Management Survey). There were almost 20 NASDA enumerators, including 7 Supervisors, who attended the session. NASDA’s NASS Program Director Charlie Ingram also participated in the workshop activities. ARMS is one of…

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2011 Wisconsin ARMS III Workshop

The Wisconsin NASS Field Office held an excellent workshop in Eau Claire, Wisconsin on January 31-February 2, 2011 to prepare for the ARMS III (Agricultural Resource Management Survey).More than 40 NASDA Enumerators and 5 Supervisors attended the session. NASDA’s NASS Program Director Charlie Ingram participated in the workshop activities, arriving just as a winter snowstorm blew…

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Supervisor Workshop & SEAC Meeting (New Orleans, Louisiana) January 24-28, 2011

NASS and NASDA held a successful Supervisory Workshop on January 25-28, 2011 in New Orleans Louisiana. Participants in the regional workshop included about 50 NASDA Field and Office Supervisors from 9 Southern states—Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas. On January 24, the Supervisory Enumerator Advisory Council (SEAC) held a…

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2011 NASS ARMS III National Workshop

NASS held a productive and successful ARMS III Survey Workshop on January 10-14, 2011 in St. Louis, Missouri. Participants included more than 45 NASS State Office Statisticians, Survey Managers and NASDA Coordinators from states across the Country. ARMS is a vital NASS survey which is the only source of detailed financial and resource data on U.S. agriculture. The data is collected by…

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2010 NASDA Enumerators Honored at Headquarters Awards Ceremony

Normal0falsefalsefalseEN-USX-NONEX-NONETwelve NASDA enumerators and supervisors were honored during the annual NASS Awards for Excellence Program held on December 9-10, 2010 in Washington, D.C. The NASDA Enumerator of the Year Award recognizes enumerators and supervisors for outstanding efforts which resulted in Agency-wide impact in any of the areas of survey quality, response rates,…