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FCW : September 30, 2016
6 171 H 42 5 9 13 20 three questions that predict employees’ intent to remain within their current office. The questions for the job satisfaction assessment are: • I recommend my organization as a good place to work. • Considering everything, how satisfied are you with your job? • Considering everything, how satisfied are you with your organization? Topping the list of best places to work for IT specialists was the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, with an index score of 83.8. At the bottom of the list were five components where IT specialists clearly see room for improvement: 1. Office of the Undersecretary for Management and Performance at the Energy Department (26.6) 2. The Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (27.5) 3. DHS’ Federal Emergency Management Agency (34.0) 4. Office of the Secretary at the Commerce Department (35.3) 5. Office of the Secretary at the Department of Health and Human Services (36.0) September 30, 2016 FCW.COM 3419 25 N IT 56 THE2O16FEDERALLIST 5 OF THE WORST IPLACES TO WORK BY CHASE GUNTER ow does one measure what makes a good place to work? The Partnership for Public 421,700 responses to the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey, the annual, mandatory poll conducted by the Office of Personnel Management. The index score weighs the answers to Service’s “Best Places to Work in the Federal Government” rankings included a formula this year to measure just that. The index score is based on more than 8 30 I30 RISING STARS N FEDERAL IT Each year, FCW recognizes individuals who are still early in their federal IT careers yet are already having an outsized impact. Full profiles will run next month in FCW, and the winners will be honored in person at the Oct. 13 GCN Dig IT Awards gala. Until then, here’s a quick preview of the 2016 Rising Stars — 30 individuals you’ll likely be hearing about for years to come. Emily E. Antos Department of the Navy Abigail Bowman Department of Commerce Stacy Brownstein Attain Allison Buchinski Java Productions Inc. Brent D. Coffey Leidos Biomedical Research Matthew J. Derenski NASA Jay Finch General Services Administration Caitlin Gaffney U.S. Agency for International Development Gabrielle G. Gallegos Department of Homeland Security Eric L. Goldstein Department of Homeland Security Tyrone Grandison Department of Commerce Lt. Themba D. Hinke National Reconnaissance Office Brian J. Lawrence Veracity Engineering Hillary Lewis Department of Health and Human Services Walter Maikish Cisco Nick M. Murray Splunk Brendan R. Neutra Nava PBC Veretta “Tia” Norman Department of Homeland Security Julia Ouimet Artlin Consulting Kathryn Palmer General Services Administration William Pratt Department of Homeland Security Teresa Proctor Department of Homeland Security Marc A. Santoro Department of the Navy Michael Skorny General Services Administration Deanna Stephens Federal Communications Commission Amanda Tabb Dovel Technologies Elizabeth Anne Wilhelm LeapPoint Kathryn Wilson Jefferson Solutions Nicole E. Wilson Department of the Army Lisa J. Wiswell Department of Defense
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