NASA Ranked Best Place to Work in Government Six Years Running

The federal government should consider changing how it administers its annual survey of employee engagement, said officials at the nonprofit Partnership for Public Service, after many small agencies’ results were withheld from its tabulation of the “Best Places to Work in the Federal Government” analysis, prepared in conjunction with Deloitte.

Until this year, agencies with between 50 and 300 respondents to the Office of Personnel Management’s Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey were given the option to opt into PPS’s annual rankings. But OPM informed the group earlier this fall that it was changing its privacy policies and that it would not provide agency-level data for any agency with fewer than 300 survey respondents.

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