The Partnership for Public Service released the 2011 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government rankings last week – an important tool for Congress, the Obama administration and agency leaders to measure employee job satisfaction and commitment, gauge federal agency progress and identify signs of trouble.
"When agencies are poorly managed and workers aren't committed, the public suffers," said Max Stier, president and CEO of the nonprofit, nonpartisan Partnership for Public Service.
"The rankings hold agency leaders accountable for the health of their organizations and provide a roadmap for leaders to make workplace improvements and better serve the American people."
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