Employee Survey Reports

2022 Employee Viewpoint Survey Results

The administration of the 2022 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS) ran from May 30 - July 15, 2022, and focused on retained core questions from 2020/2021 FEVS, re-entry/transition to worksite and Diversity Equity Inclusion and Accessibility items.

The 2022 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS) response rates are now available. To view data more in depth for each organization, please click here and download your organization's report from the shared drive. To view Employee Engagement Index score data, please click here . If you do not see a report for your particular office, look for your results on the report for the organization above you in your organizational hierarchy. The organizational structure is based on what was in place as of January 2022, so offices resulting from reorganizations after that time may not have a report available.

*The FEVS survey reports provided in this shared drive may not be accessible for persons using assistive technology. If you need an accessible version, please email GSAEngagement@gsa.gov to request a text version of the document.

Summary survey reports are available below:

GSA's 2022 Employee Viewpoint Survey Results

GSA's 2021 Employee Viewpoint Survey Results

GSA's 2020 Employee Viewpoint Survey Results

GSA's 2019 Employee Viewpoint Survey Results

GSA's 2018 Employee Viewpoint Survey Results [XLSX - 351 KB]

GSA's 2017 Employee Viewpoint Survey Results [XLSX - 334 KB]

GSA's 2016 Employee Viewpoint Survey Results [XLSX - 142 KB]

GSA understands the strong link between “engaged” or motivated employees and organizational success. Engaged employees are committed to quality and customer service. Engaged employees will find ways to overcome obstacles. Engaged employees are strong advocates for their organization and are willing to take on new challenges.

Starting in 2002, GSA conducted its own employee workforce engagement surveys. The survey results provided valuable insight into employee perceptions about working at GSA. Survey data helps our managers ensure that we maintain a highly engaged and motivated workforce that continues to deliver quality goods and services to our customers.

In 2004, Congress mandated that all federal agencies conduct surveys of their employees. The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) began to administer a Governmentwide survey, known as the Federal Human Capital Survey, to assess employee perceptions about their work environment and work experiences. GSA has participated in every OPM survey.

Survey results are also used to identify the "Best Places to Work" in the federal government. The Partnership for Public Service and American University's Institute for the Study of Public Policy Implementation (ISPPI) use employee survey data to rank agencies for ten workplace categories such as: Support for Diversity, Employee Skills/Mission Match, Strategic Management, Effective Leadership, Family Friendly Culture, Work/Life Balance, Training and Development, Teamwork, Pay and Benefits, and Performance.

For further assistance with this or any other aspect of your effort to build employee engagement in your office, please contact GSAengagement@gsa.gov or your National Engagement Team representative .

Last Reviewed: 2023-03-06