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2012 Government Management Report

2012 Government Management Report

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Published by: FedScoop on Nov 26, 2012
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Feer Eee Viei Srve Ress
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goVERnmEntwIdE managEmEnt REpoRt
United StateSOice O PerSOnnel ManageMent
Feer Eees’oiis
a message from the Director
In the spring o 2012, OPM asked 1.6 million Federal employees to provide their perspective on the businesso Government, and to tell us about their experience – what they see working, and what needs to be xed.Over 687,000 answered the call, more than twice as many as any previous survey.For the rst time since it began as the Federal Human Capital Survey, the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey attempted to reach every ull- or part-time, permanent, civilian Government employee, with very ew exceptions. Such a large data collection presents the opportunity to get the views o employees, making thisthe most inclusive survey to date.At the broadest level, employees continue to believe their work is important and are willing to contributeextra eort to get the job done. At the governmentwide level, telework opportunities show a clear positiveimpact, with clearly higher engagement and satisaction scores among teleworkers at all pay levels. elework-eligible employees also grew as a population, rom one out o our to one out o three Federal employees.However, stresses on public servants – including continued tight budgets and pay reezes – are reected inour Global Satisaction indicator, even while more than two-thirds o employees recommend their organizationas a good place to work.At the agency level, the greater volume o responses collected this year will enable a closer look at theirresults. For the rst time, agencies can dive deeper into their data and create customized reports. Te real value in the FEVS is how it is used by agencies to improve services or the American people. I encouragemanagers and leaders at every agency to use the greater granularity oered in this year’s report to identiy and learn rom successul groups within their agency.OPM continues to work to make employee viewpoint survey inormation more readily available. As always,many results are available at our survey website:
On behal o President Obama, I want to thank the many participating Federal employees or sharing theirinsights on the survey, and or their continued dedication and service to America.Sincerely,
John BerryDirector

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