Federal Employee Viewpoint Surveys

FEVS 2015 thumbnailThe Office of Personnel Management has provided BBG results from the 2015 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS).  Among eligible employees, 74% took the survey. Individual belief and commitment to their work remains very high, above 90%. BBG saw significant increases (a difference of 5 percentage points or more) on 10 survey questions and modest increases (3 to 4 percentage points) on another 24 items.  This indicates progress for BBG as the highest government wide average increase on any item was 2%.

Despite the increases, there are still areas that present persistent challenges to BBG, including leadership, resources and differentiating performance.  BBG has additional data breakdowns for employees and managers that provide useful context for improvement strategies.  The results will continue to shape the agency’s ongoing efforts to increase workplace engagement and employee satisfaction.

 

Previous Years
2014 BBG results from the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey

2013 BBG results from the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey.

2012 BBG results from the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey

2012 Government-wide Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey Part 1  (PDF 7.75MB)

2012 Government-wide Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey Part 2  (PDF 2.28MB)

2012 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey Overall Results (PDF 542KB)

2011 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey Overall Results (PDF 2.50MB)

2010 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey Overall Results (PDF 522KB)

2009 Annual Employee Survey Results (PDF 76.8KB)

2008 Annual Employee Survey Results (PDF 148KB)

2007 Annual Employee Survey Results (PDF, 220KB)

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