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  • 2022 OPM Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS)

    OPM FEVS provides you with a safe and confidential way to voice your opinions and experiences to leadership. This year the OPM FEVS features content familiar from the past, as well as new content focusing on topics of interest across government, such as Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and

  • DAF releases pregnancy, postpartum experience survey

    The survey was sent to approximately 17,000 members and solicits feedback on topics including prenatal care, delivery, fitness, pregnancy loss, postpartum mental and physical recovery, infertility, and postpartum experiences.

  • Department of the Air Force WAGGI survey release

    The ‘Where Airmen and Guardians Get Information’ survey provides department leaders and communication professionals with insights on how to provide Airmen and Guardians with relevant information through multiple internal and external sources.

  • DAF seeks civilian input on developmental education

    Department of the Air Force civilians will get an opportunity to shape Civilian Developmental Education (CDE) by sharing their feedback in a new survey starting today.The Department will use the survey results to evaluate CDE application and selection processes and to improve marketing about future

  • AFMC releases results of diversity survey

    The Air Force Materiel Command has released the results of its initial command-wide diversity and inclusion (D&I) survey, identifying areas of focus and improvement for initiatives across the command.

  • Survey team leverages 3-D technology for mission speed, accuracy

    The Radar Survey section of the 84th Radar Evaluation Squadron at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, recently obtained new technology that revolutionizes how they survey terrain and man-made features. That new technology is a 3-D terrestrial laser scanner and according to flight supervisor Jason Kaas.