Agency Report

Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (DHS)

Best Places to Work Rank
out of 305 Agency Subcomponents

  90  


Best Places to Work Mission Rank
out of 15 Law Enforcement and Border Protection Agencies

  4  

2016 Index Score
68.7

Change from 2015
5.8 


Parent Agency
Department of Homeland Security (Index Score: 45.8)
Mission
To train those who protect our homeland and to provide fast, flexible, and focused training to secure and protect America.
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Website
http://www.fletc.gov/

SCORES AND RANKINGS

Rank Change
(2015‑16)
2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2007 2005 2003
Index Score 90 of 305 5.8  68.7 62.9 62.8 67.2 67.8 66.5 68.9 69.5 68.0
Category Rank Change
(2015‑16)
2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2007 2005 2003
Effective Leadership 179 of 303 3.7  55.7 52.0 51.6 54.2 56.6 53.3 57.3 55.9 54.5
Effective Leadership: Empowerment 142 of 303 2.4  51.3 48.9 48.4 50.3 53.0 49.4 57.6 54.0 52.3
Effective Leadership: Fairness 210 of 303 4.9  52.7 47.8 47.5 48.5 52.4 47.3 55.7 46.2 45.6
Effective Leadership: Senior Leaders 193 of 303 4.1  47.1 43.0 43.2 48.9 47.8 46.1 51.3 50.1 48.2
Effective Leadership: Supervisors 159 of 303 3.3  67.9 64.6 63.5 64.5 69.2 65.5 64.0 67.5 66.4
Employee Skills–Mission Match 38 of 304 1.8  81.7 79.9 78.1 82.2 81.0 79.3 80.2 84.7 81.3
Pay 19 of 304 -0.2  75.5 75.7 72.2 64.3 71.0 73.4 81.7 77.6 74.4
Strategic Management 120 of 304 4.9  58.6 53.7 55.2 55.3 60.3 57.8 61.7 60.2 61.9
Teamwork 176 of 304 5.0  66.6 61.6 63.9 65.1 64.9 62.0 67.1 71.1 72.2
Innovation 98 of 304 4.4  66.9 62.5 60.0 64.2 66.0 67.8 69.1
Training and Development 235 of 304 2.6  55.9 53.3 52.7 57.9 64.6 63.6 64.2 63.5 65.9
Work–Life Balance 115 of 304 1.2  65.2 64.0 64.6 68.1 71.7 68.8 68.1 68.6 70.9
Support for Diversity 148 of 304 1.8  59.8 58.0 55.5 55.3 60.8 58.7 62.9 60.9 62.3
Performance-Based Rewards and Advancement 84 of 303 6.3  51.9 45.6 43.8 47.3 49.5 51.6 55.6 54.6 52.8
Demographic Rank Change
(2015‑16)
2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2007 2005 2003
Female 51 of 285 5.0  73.7 68.7 69.1 70.5 69.3 66.4 75.8 66.3
Male 115 of 294 6.9  68.5 61.6 62.8 71.3 68.8 70.9 67.5 71.3
American Indian or Native American 0.0 
Asian 0.0 
Black or African-American 20 of 225 10.9  78.1 67.2 62.2 74.9 73.7 68.0 47.2 73.3
Hispanic or Latino 54 of 149 0.7  68.8 68.1 70.5 70.6 80.0
Multi-racial 0.0 
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 0.0 
White 106 of 299 5.0  70.1 65.1 64.9 70.8 69.2 69.8 74.5 69.0
Employees with Disabilities 32 of 194 6.2  66.2 60.0 61.0 79.3 57.9
LGBT 0.0 
Senior Executive Service (SES) 0.0 
Veterans 66 of 230 7.2  69.2 62.0 62.2 68.3 67.1
Demographic Rank Change
(2015‑16)
2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2007 2005 2003
Auditor 0.0 
Contract Specialist 0.0 
Economist 0.0 
HR Specialist 0.0 
IT Specialist 70 of 103 -1.6  52.0 53.6
Quartile Key
Lower Quartile (0–25%) Below Median (25–50%) Above Median (50–75%) Upper Quartile (75–100%)

WORKFORCE SIZE AND DEMOGRAPHICS

Data source: FedScope, U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Employees joined (2015)
44 ( 4.3% )

Average joined (2010-2015)
46

Workforce with less than three years of service
5.9%

Employees left (2015)
76 ( 7.4% )

Average left (2010-2015)
70


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Race/Ethnicity Demographics