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Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey

Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey 2014 (PDF) (299 KB)
The results supply information for managers to make positive changes in the workplace. Of the 110 eligible employees, the completion of 73 surveys represents a 66% response rate. Although this rate represents 14% fewer participants than in 2013, it is 19% higher than the government-wide average.

Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey 2013 (PDF) (90 KB)
The results supply information for managers to make positive changes in the workplace. Of the 111 eligible employees, the completion of 89 surveys represents an 80% response rate. Although this rate represents 2% fewer participants than in 2012, it is 31.8% higher than the government-wide average of 48.2%.

Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey 2012 (PDF) (114 KB)
The results of the OPM-sponsored survey provide a snapshot of the human capital environment in April and May 2012. Of the 115 eligible employees, the completion of 94 surveys represents an 82% participation rate -- 10% less than the Agency's 2011 participation rate -- but is almost double the government-wide 2012 rate of 46%, which also decreased.

Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey 2011 (PDF) (110 KB)
The results of the OPM-sponsored survey provide a snapshot of the human capital environment in April and May 2011. Of the 117 eligible employees, the completion of 107 surveys represents a 91.5% participation rate -- the second highest participation rate among small independent agencies -- that exceeds by 10.6% the 2010 Agency participation rate and is almost double the government-wide 2011 rate of 49.3%.

Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey 2010 (PDF) (59 KB)
The results of the OPM-sponsored survey provide a snapshot of the human capital environment in February and March 2010. Of the 110 eligible employees, the completion of the 89 surveys represents an 80.9% participation rate that exceeds by 8% the 2008 Agency participation rate and the government-wide rate of 52% in 2010.