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SURVEY – What do You Think About the Senior Executive Service?

Our friends at Federal News Radio are conducting a survey of current and former federal employees to collect views on the Senior Executive Service (SES).

With pressure to change the SES coming from Congress and the Administration, stemming from recent management issues and "scandals", Federal News Radio<\/em> "wants to put the political rhetoric in perspective" by asking for the views of those from the federal workforce.

Questions asked will include:

  • How critical is the Senior Executive Service to the federal government?
  • Is there a problem with the SES?
  • Whether you're part of the SES or not, would you join now if given the chance?

The short, anonymous survey can beaccessed here.

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