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Attached are the results of the Federal Human Capital Survey for the Selective Service System (SSS). These documents provide a snapshot of the human capital environment at the SSS. To view,  click on the link below.


What is the Federal Human Capital Survey?

The Federal Human Capital Survey is a tool that measures employees' perceptions of whether and to what extent conditions that characterize successful organizations are present in their agencies.  This survey sets a baseline for ongoing Human Capital assessment in the Federal Government.  The survey:

  • Provides general indicators of how well the Federal Government is running its human resources management systems.
  • Serves as a tool for OPM to assess individual agencies and their progress toward "green" status on Strategic Management of Human Capital under the President's Management Agenda.
  • Gives senior managers critical information to answer the question: What can I do to make my agency work better?
How Was the Survey Administered?

  • The survey was conducted electronically with employees notified of their selection for the sample by email.
  • Electronic administration made distribution, completion and collection of the survey much easier.
  • The Agency’s 56 percent response rate exceeded the 51 percent rate across the entire Federal Government.

Last Updated September 22, 2005
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