Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey

PAR2015

Public Administration Review
© American Society for Public Administration
Virtual Issue: Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey
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Follow the latest coverage of ‘Assessing the Past and Promise of the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey for Public Management Research: A Research Synthesis’ on Federal News Radio and in the pages of Government Executive.

Assessing the Past and Promise of the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey for Public Management Research: A Research Synthesis

Sergio Fernandez, William G. Resh, Tima Moldogaziev, and Zachary W. Oberfield

Federal News Radio: Sergio Fernandez, Indiana University Bloomington School of Public and Environmental Affairs

Government Executive: Tracking Individual Feds Over Time Could Improve Employee Viewpoint Survey

Readers will also be interested in the related PAR content posted below along with the Editorial ‘Forging Practitioner–Scholar Partnerships’ by Jim Perry and Perspective ‘Adding Value: U.S. Office of Personnel Management as Research Collaborator’ by U.S. Office of Personnel Management Director Katherine Archuleta.

The Balancing Act: Addressing the Needs of Federal Managers and Researchers through the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey
Kimya S. Lee

The Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey: A Practitioner’s View of Using the Data
Robert Goldenkoff

From Results to Action: Using the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey to Improve Agencies
Janelle Callahan

Forging Practitioner–Scholar Partnerships
James L. Perry

Adding Value: U.S. Office of Personnel Management as Research Collaborator
Katherine Archuleta