DRT Strategies to Help Update USDA Commodity Funding IT System

Jeff Brody

DRT Strategies has received a contract to help the Department of Agriculture automate business processes for a government-owned entity that supports farm commodity producting and pricing programs.

The company said Monday it will update an information technology platform the Commodity Credit Corp. uses to distribute more than $67.5M in federal funds to U.S. agricultural producers and farmers.

DRT plans to integrate the cloud-based ServiceNow workflow management technology into CCC's IT system. Under the contract, the firm will provide business process analysis and re-engineering services as well as update dashboard and reporting tools.

Susan Kidd, CEO of DRT Strategies, said the company has supported USDA over the past 12 years.

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