General Services Administration, moves up a few slots in the Best Places to Work list

More analysis of the Best Places to Work in the federal government, those rankings having come out earlier this week. Many agencies saw their employee satisfaction scores go down. On average governmentwide, satisfaction fell of 4-point-5 points. But agencies that did well, had a few things in common. At the Partnership for Public Service’s rankings ceremony this week, Federal News Network’s Drew Friedman caught with officials of some of those high ranking agencies. General Services Administration Deputy Administrator Katy Kale shared her take about why GSA might have moved up a few slots in this year’s list.