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The receipt for service feature moves customer receipts from the existing and retiring Farm Service Agency’s Bridges application to the farmers.gov transactional side (logged in). The farmers.gov transactional side (logged in) will grow into a single customer location for authenticated digital transactions with the Farm Service Agency, Natural Resources Conservation Service and Risk Management Agency.
Develop a digital receipt of a customer’s interaction with a Farm Service Agency office from end-to-end
Enable Farm Service Agency employees to view, save and print receipt for service for customers