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General Services Administration

GSA Tenant Satisfaction Surveys

GSA has been conducting Tenant Satisfaction Surveys for many years (see http://www.gsa.gov/portal/content/100239 and http://www.gsa.gov/portal/content/102239). They often hand-deliver the paper surveys to targeted tenants – all employees in the facility – and ask them to complete them and mail them to Gallup for tabulation or to complete the survey on line. GSA provides gifts to tenants along with the surveys. My suggestion... more »

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Office of Personnel Management

Consolidate Governmentwide Employee Surveys

Federal agencies are constantly looking for methods to improve services. One method we use is to conduct surveys of our employees to assess our employees' competency levels, to improve product or services that Federal employees use, or to find ways to improve employee engagement while adhering to the Merit Principles for the Federal government.

All government wide employee surveys should be coordinated through the... more »

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Department of the Treasury

Survey Posters

My understanding is that the survey is mandated by law, but can we cut down some of the costs until the law is changed.

 

For example, in my small POD of 30 or so people, we had 5 or 6 Survey posters mailed to us - overkill!! Can we stop all printing of survey posters as most of us received 10 emails reminding us to take it anyways?

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Office of Personnel Management

Reduce Employee Surveys

Reduce the Employee Satisfaction Survey to every other year, or every three years. By the time the results are analyzed and discussed within our teams, it's almost time to complete the survey again. One year is not enough time for significant enough changes to warrant another survey.

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Department of Health and Human Services

Establish federal survey research agreement

The federal government, through the National Center for Health Statistics and Department of Health and Human Services, fields a number of national health surveys, including the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), National Health Interview Survey (NHIS), and National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES). Most of the data collected are publicly available and do not contain protected health information,... more »

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Department of Veterans Affairs

SHEP reminder letters

The VHA mails out letters to Veterans who have been selected to receive a SHEP survey indicating in the letter that the Veteran will receive a survey and to please complete the survey and mail back. Then, the Veteran receives the survey in the mail. The Veteran will receive a third letter reminding the Veteran to complete the survey. Mailing the surveys without reminder letters should be sufficient. The reminder letter... more »

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