The leader in federal work environment improvement
By: Andrew Eversden
The U.S. intelligence community won an award Jan. 10 for showing the biggest improvement in employee engagement among “large agencies” in 2019, despite a tumultuous year in the IC’s relationship with the White House.
The award from the Partnership for Public Service was given based on the IC’s Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey score, which evaluated how agency employees feel about their work environment. A large agency was characterized as one with more than 15,000 employees.
The IC, which includes 17 different organizations, improved its spot from fifth overall last year to third, helped by a 3.6 point bump in its FEVS score and decreases in the scores of the Departments of Commerce and Transportation.
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