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The Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC or the Corporation) is a wholly-owned Government corporation created in 1933 under a Delaware charter and reincorporated June 30, 1948, as a Federal corporation within the Department of Agriculture by the Commodity Credit Corporation Charter Act (PDF, 53 KB).Who is responsible for CCC programs in the US?
International programs are carried out by the Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The majority of CCC conservation programs are implemented by the Natural Resources and Conservation Service (NRCS).Who are the members of the CCC Board?
CCC is managed by a Board of Directors (Board) subject to the general supervision and direction of the Secretary of Agriculture. Under the CCC Charter Act, the Secretary is an ex-officio director and chairperson of the Board. The Board consists of seven members, in addition to the Secretary, who are appointed by the President of the United States.