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DOD civilian employees encouraged to take short online survey

by Tech. Sgt. Mark Diamond
AMC Public Affairs

SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, ILL. -- Department of Defense officials are encouraging DOD civilian employees to take a new National Security Personnel System Factor Survey.

In a recent memorandum to DOD civilian employees, Acting Deputy Secretary of Defense Gordon England said the survey will help NSPS officials understand specific job requirements and ensure those requirements are accurately represented in the new system.

The survey is available online at http://pfsurvey.net/nsps from July 6 to 20. Responses are strictly confidential and no individual respondent will be identified and no individual data reported. However, the analyzed results will be made available.

Secretary England said although the survey is voluntary, it is vital to the success of NSPS.

"I thank you for your feedback and participation in the NSPS design process thus far, [but] we still need your help," he said.

According to the memorandum, a future survey will address performance factors for federal Wage System employees and others.

NSPS is a new civilian human resources management system designed to help the Defense Department better support its critical national security mission. A cornerstone of NSPS is a new performance management system that will foster a performance-oriented environment that more fully rewards and recognizes performance and contributions. (Courtesy of AMC News)



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