Rankings by Category

Effective Leadership: Empowerment

The Effective Leadership: Empowerment subcategory measures the extent to which employees feel empowered with respect to work processes and how satisfied they are with their involvement in decisions that affect their work.

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Rank Agency 2019 2018 Change (2018‑19)
1 Federal Trade Commission 71.4 73.1 -1.7 
2 Federal Energy Regulatory Commission 68.0 67.2 0.8 
3 National Science Foundation 62.9 61.3 1.6 
4 General Services Administration 62.7 60.5 2.2 
5 Securities and Exchange Commission 57.8 61.9 -4.1 
6 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 57.5 60.5 -3.0 
7 Department of Energy 56.2 54.9 1.3 
8 Nuclear Regulatory Commission 54.8 58.7 -3.9 
9 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 52.2 50.5 1.7 
10 U.S. Agency for International Development 51.3 52.4 -1.1 
11 Small Business Administration 50.5 50.2 0.3 
12 National Credit Union Administration 50.3 51.0 -0.7 
13 Office of Personnel Management 50.1 49.9 0.2 
14 Department of Housing and Urban Development 49.7 49.7 0.0 
15 Federal Communications Commission 48.7 48.8 -0.1 
16 Department of Labor 48.4 49.6 -1.2 
17 Environmental Protection Agency 47.2 46.9 0.3 
18 National Archives and Records Administration 45.3 45.7 -0.4 
19 Consumer Financial Protection Bureau 44.5 43.7 0.8 
20 Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency 42.8 45.0 -2.2 
21 U.S. Agency for Global Media 41.7 43.0 -1.3 
22 Department of Education 36.5 39.1 -2.6 
23 National Labor Relations Board 35.9 39.8 -3.9 

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