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OPM Unveils 2016 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey Results; Beth Cobert Comments

surveyThe Office of Personnel Management has released the results of an agency-level survey administered to 407,789 federal employees that represented 80 agencies on a data visualization dashboard called UnlockTalent.gov.

OPM said Tuesday results of the 2016 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey revealed employee engagement and global job satisfaction scores across the federal government and the agency aims to release digital and print formats of detailed 2016 FEVS results in early October.

Government-wide employee engagement and global satisfaction indices have increased by 1 percent for the second consecutive year and 401 bureaus out of 587 federal government components tallied higher levels of employee engagement.

The Federal Trade Commission and NASA ranked first and second for employee engagement at large agencies and were followed by the Office of Management and Budget in third, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission fourth and Nuclear Regulatory Commission fifth.

OPM recorded a 71 percent employee engagement index result for the second consecutive year and its global satisfaction index reached 68 percent.

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