Agency Rankings by Category

Innovation

The Innovation category measures employee perceptions of efforts to improve the way work is done, including their own personal motivation to promote change and the support and rewards they receive for promoting new ideas.

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Rank Agency 2016 2015 Change (2015‑16)
1 National Aeronautics and Space Administration 79.6 78.2 1.4 
2 Intelligence Community 70.2 30.6 
3 Department of Health and Human Services 67.0 65.0 2.0 
4 Department of State 65.9 66.1 -0.2 
5 Department of the Air Force 63.7 64.2 -0.5 
6 Department of Commerce 63.5 62.4 1.1 
6 Department of the Navy 63.5 62.3 1.2 
8 Department of the Interior 62.9 61.5 1.4 
9 Department of Justice 62.6 62.2 0.4 
10 Office of the Secretary of Defense, Joint Staff, Defense Agencies, and Department of Defense Field Activities 62.4 61.0 1.4 
11 Department of Labor 62.1 59.3 2.8 
12 Department of the Army 61.9 61.3 0.6 
13 Department of Transportation 61.5 59.7 1.8 
14 Department of Agriculture 61.2 59.7 1.5 
15 Social Security Administration 60.0 61.0 -1.0 
16 Department of the Treasury 59.2 58.5 0.7 
16 Department of Veterans Affairs 59.2 57.9 1.3 
18 Department of Homeland Security 51.1 48.8 2.3 

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