Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey

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Meet the agency whose COVID-19 response earned near-perfect marks

More than 97% of employees at the Farm Credit Administration gave the agency high marks for its COVID-19 responses over the last year, the most of any…

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DHS sees more employee engagement successes, even in a pandemic year

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Agencies score high marks from employees on handling of pandemic, but leadership issues persist

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Smallest federal agency looks after the biggest creatures on Earth

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2020 FEVS: What we learned about the federal workforce during COVID-19

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In spite of it all, federal employee engagement rises in 2020 FEVS

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Schedule F is gone, but the debate continues in Congress

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Feds are busy, and busier during the pandemic. Of course they’re feeling burnout.

A recent survey finds 57% of federal employees and 70% of senior executives are feeling burnout, in part, due to the pandemic.

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Why good leaders learn it’s not about the next step, but taking a step back

Patrick Malone, director of the Key Executive Leadership Programs at American University, said he frequently gets federal employees with very strong technical…

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Lawmakers push to eliminate ‘mandatory’ from payroll tax deferral

In today’s Federal Newscast, lawmakers say they’re ready to work with the four major federal payroll providers so they can implement an option.

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