ODA report shows decline in agency positions


The Oregon Department of Agriculture released a report showing the agency has had a decline of 276 employees from a decade ago.

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The Oregon Department of Agriculture released a report showing the agency has had a decline of 276 employees from a decade ago.

“After years of doing more with less, the ODA is now at the point of doing less with less,” according to the report.

It shows full-time-equivalent positions at the department have dropped from 433 in the 2001-03 biennium to 343 in the current biennium. In the 2009-2011 budget, the number of full-time positions was 373, according to the ODA website.

Read more at Capital Press.

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