Agency Rankings by Category

Strategic Management

The Strategic Management category measures the extent to which employees believe that management ensures they have the necessary skills and abilities to do their jobs, is successful at hiring new employees with the necessary skills to help the organization and works to achieve the organizational goals with targeted personnel strategies and performance management.

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Rank Agency 2016 2015 Change (2015‑16)
1 National Aeronautics and Space Administration 66.2 63.6 2.6 
2 Department of Labor 59.8 57.3 2.5 
3 Department of Health and Human Services 59.4 57.2 2.2 
3 Department of State 59.4 59.4 0.0 
5 Department of Commerce 58.2 57.6 0.6 
6 Intelligence Community 56.3 58.0 -1.7 
7 Department of Justice 55.9 56.7 -0.8 
8 Social Security Administration 55.5 57.0 -1.5 
9 Department of Transportation 55.4 54.2 1.2 
10 Office of the Secretary of Defense, Joint Staff, Defense Agencies, and Department of Defense Field Activities 55.1 54.1 1.0 
11 Department of the Air Force 53.8 53.9 -0.1 
12 Department of Veterans Affairs 53.2 52.1 1.1 
13 Department of the Navy 53.1 52.0 1.1 
14 Department of Agriculture 52.9 49.9 3.0 
15 Department of the Army 52.2 51.6 0.6 
16 Department of the Treasury 51.6 51.2 0.4 
17 Department of the Interior 51.1 48.8 2.3 
18 Department of Homeland Security 43.8 41.7 2.1 

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Quartile Key
Lower Quartile (0–25%) Below Median (25–50%) Above Median (50–75%) Upper Quartile (75–100%)

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