New Jersey Department of Agriculture
P.O. Box 330
Trenton, NJ 08625-0330
Health and Agriculture Building
John Fitch Plaza
369 S. Warren St.
Office of the Secretary
- Human Resources
The Human Resources Office oversees a number of programs essential to support the department’s personnel objectives. Among these are workforce planning, classification and compensation, recruitment, salary and benefit administration, employee relations, performance assessment, personnel policy and procedures development, and training coordination.
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NJ Department of Agriculture
Office of Human Resources
P.O. Box 330
Trenton, NJ 08625
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- Information Technology Unit
The Information Technology Unit comprises three components: Engineering Services, Application Services and Geographical Information Services. This office supports the entire department’s infrastructure for both systems and network, which includes support of the Animal Health and Plant Laboratories and the two site locations at 33 West State Street and Bridgeton. One goal is to provide high quality technology solutions focusing on delivering online services to our constituents. Geographic Information Systems provides accurate and reliable spatial data and services in support of Department activities. Operating under a consolidated IT environment gives us an opportunity to leverage IT infrastructure investments and more efficient management of IT resources.
- NJDA Budget
NJDA's adjusted FY09 budget for direct state services is $7,930,000 with grants-in-aid funding of $4,075,000. State aid for the year amounts to $10,873,000. Dedicated funds, those restricted to a particular purpose or program, amounts to $10,461,000. In addition, the New Jersey Department of Agriculture received $326,128,000 in federal funds.
Source of Funds
General State Funds
Direct State Services