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Every year, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) surveys employees throughout the federal government on how they view their organizations. This survey, called the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey, or FedView Survey, asks federal employees a variety of questions about their views of their organization, managers, supervisors, and senior leaders; whether the employees believe they have the training and tools they need to do their jobs; overall how satisfied they are with their organization; and several other important questions related to employee engagement. The Partnership for Public Service then analyzes the results of the survey and ranks the government organizations on employee engagement, as reflected by these scores.

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