Orszag: Poor performers need a plan


I’m at the release event for the Partnership for Public Service’s 2009 “Best Places to Work” report, which measures employee satisfaction at agencies across the government. We’ve got a quick summary of the results, and you can view the whole survey (which contains lots of interesting data) here.

One interesting point: OMB director Peter Orszag just gave a quick speech, and he said this about the survey results:

We will be looking to include the results in the fiscal year 2011 budget process, because we should not just let this be a report that generates a one-day news story. It needs to be something that is built into the way we run government.

Orszag went on to say that OMB will ask the poorly-performing agencies to come up with a plan for improving their scores.


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