The Best Places to Work rankings include results based on the index scores of demographic groups tracked in the Office of Personnel Management’s Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey.
The index score is calculated using a proprietary weighted formula that looks at responses to three different questions in the federal survey. The more the question predicts intent to remain, the higher the weighting.
Click on an agency’s name to view its full report. Use the column headings to sort the table.
|1||General Services Administration||76.1||73.0||3.1|
|Architect of the Capitol||0.0|
|U.S. Agency for International Development||0.0|
|National Credit Union Administration||0.0|
|Department of Energy||0.0|
|Federal Energy Regulatory Commission||0.0|
|Department of Education||0.0|
|Equal Employment Opportunity Commission||0.0|
|Environmental Protection Agency||0.0|
|Federal Communications Commission||0.0|
|Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation||0.0|
|Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency||0.0|
|Consumer Financial Protection Bureau||0.0|
|Federal Trade Commission||0.0|
|Government Accountability Office||0.0|
|Department of Housing and Urban Development||0.0|
|Broadcasting Board of Governors||0.0|
|Government Publishing Office||0.0|
|National Science Foundation||0.0|
|National Labor Relations Board||0.0|
|National Archives and Records Administration||0.0|
|Nuclear Regulatory Commission||0.0|
|Office of Personnel Management||0.0|
|Small Business Administration||0.0|
|Securities and Exchange Commission||0.0|
Not all agencies have data for demographic groups, due to small sample sizes. Explain this.
|Lower Quartile (0–25%)||Below Median (25–50%)||Above Median (50–75%)||Upper Quartile (75–100%)|
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