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|Date||FNS Document#||EO Guidance Document #||Title|
|Master the Professional Standards Training Tracker Tool|
|CSFP Sharing Gallery: Photos and Videos|
|What you Should Expect through the USDA DoD Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program for FDPIR|
|What’s New in the USDA DoD Fresh Program?|
|How to Encourage Variety in the CSFP Food Package|
|The Processing Rule Webinar: A General Overview|
|Best Practices for Receiving USDA DoD Fresh in FDPIR: Part Two|
|Best Practices for Receiving USDA DoD Fresh in FDPIR: Part One|
|Monitoring with the FDPIR Inventory Calculator|
|Demystifying the USDA Foods Complaints Process Part 3: Results and Resolution|
|USDA DoD Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program: The Basics for FDPIR|
|New Horizons in Reporting and Resolving USDA Food Issues in FDPIR|
|TEFAP Resource Allocation: Responding to Changing Needs within Your State|
|Demystifying USDA Foods Complaints Part 2: The Saga Continues|
|Processing Webinar Series: USDA Foods Value Pass Through|
|Processing Webinar Series: USDA Foods Order Management and Monitoring, Part 2|
|CSFP State and Local Agency Training for New Mexico|
|Processing Webinar Series: USDA Foods Order Management and Monitoring, Part 1|
|Processing Webinar Series: USDA Foods Strategic Ordering and Forecasting|
|USDA Foods Processing: Processing Agreements Webinar Series|
|FDPIR: Overview of OMB’s Uniform Guidance|
|Applying the USDA Foods Complaint Process|
|Demystifying the USDA Foods Complaint Process Part One|