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ACMS APHIS Cost Management System (ACMS)
ACMS is a tool to track, reconcile, adjust, and analyze the balance of allocations through year-end for any financially interested APHIS party.

APHIS Customer Portal
The ATAC Customer Portal provides options through which you will be able to acquire IT support. Features include a self-help knowledge database, service/equipment requests, ability to check on the status of a current IT support request, and an instant chat feature.


AgLearn: Agriculture Learning Service
The Department's system for employee training and managing training records. Search, access, enroll in, and record all training opportunities for both online and instructor-led training.

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ConcurGov ConcurGov
The ConcurGov service provides the federal traveler with superior usability and a modern, intuitive, and consistent user experience for end-to-end travel needs. This comprehensive Web-based service provides all of the tools that federal government users need to quickly book travel, as well as create and submit vouchers.

Conference Transparency Accountability and Tracking (CTAT)
Use of the new Conference Transparency Accountability and Tracking (CTAT) Tool is mandatory as it will be used by the agencies and Department to request and approve conference and training activities and is replacing the current process of completing and routing paper requests for approval.

CTAT System User Guide (Employees Only) Employees Only

EFG icon EzFedGrants (USDA Users)
ezFedGrants is the USDA solution that will let you apply for and manage USDA grants and agreements online.

EzFedGrants Recipients
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eOPF Electronic Official Personnel Folder (eOPF)
The eOPF is an electronic version of your Official Personnel Folder and contains all the official records required to document your Federal career.

Financial Management Modernization Initiative (FMMI)
FMMI is one way that USDA has modernized its financial systems to improve overall financial management performance. It provides online, real-time transaction capabilities.

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Metastorm Business Process Management (MBPM)
This software provides the APHIS Business owner the ability to automate and customize business process workflow solutions in order to make them more effective, more efficient and more capable to adapt to changes. It helps business units manage end-to-end processes by integrating both centric and human centric workflows.

mLINQs is the first comprehensive, fully functional application designed expressly to manage government relocation. mLINQs tracks all individual relocation expenses, and fully automates Federal Travel Regulations Chapter 302, Department of State Standardized Regulations, and IRS Publications for full compliance.

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The Employee Personal Page is a confidential system that empowers Federal employees to process some of their own payroll forms and view their own payroll information without the hassles of paperwork.
USAJobs USAJOBS is a free web-based job board enabling federal job seekers access to thousands of job opportunities across hundreds of federal agencies and organizations, allowing agencies to meet their legal obligation (5 USC 3327 and 5 USC 3330) of providing public notice for federal employment opportunities.
SAM Icon System for Award Management (SAM)
The System for Award Management (SAM) combines federal procurement systems and the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance into one new system.
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System for Award Management (SAM) Beta
Official U.S. government website for people who make, receive, and manage federal awards.

WebTA webTA
WebTA is the web-based time and attendance (T&A) program that interfaces with the USDA payroll/personnel service provider, the National Finance Center (NFC).


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