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The Economic Analysis Staff (EAS) was established on June 15, 1982, by Secretary of Agriculture’s Memorandum 1020-6.
The primary responsibility of the EAS was to advise and assist the Assistant Secretary for Economics in fulfilling his responsibility for economic policy review and analysis in the Department of Agriculture.
Regulations that related to the organization and functions of EAS at 7 CFR XXXIX were removed in the Federal Register of December 31, 1996 (61 FR 68997).
- Parent Agency
- Agriculture Department
This final rule removes the regulations of the Economic Analysis Staff (EAS) relating to its organization and functions and availability of information to the public, to reflect an internal reorganization of the Department of Agriculture, which abolished EAS.