Federal News Network conducted an exclusive online survey of its readers asking about their current telework situation and found 77% say they are teleworking because of the coronavirus emergency.
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A Pentagon report says the total number of sexual assaults at the three U.S. military academies increased slightly last year, but an anonymous survey suggests far more encounters are going unreported
Please take a few minutes to answer the following questions about how the lapse in funding is impacting you, your organization, your fellow employees and what will your biggest challenges be when the those agencies finally reopen.
A survey of Federal News Network readers found 51 percent of respondents say their and their co-workers’ feelings about their job and their agency would get worse.
Pennsylvania’s Human Services Department is working with schools, a federal grant and data analytics to identify students at risk of suicide.
The evidence is clear that federal workers care very deeply about the work they do. But 57 percent cannot say their agencies reward creativity and innovation.
A new survey from Nutanix of federal agencies found 20 percent of all respondents are using a multi-cloud approach, and of them,75 percent say it’s working well or very well.
In a new, exclusive online survey by Federal News Radio nearly 70 percent of respondents said they are very or somewhat concerned about possible changes to telework policies.
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