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    2020 federal viewpoint survey will feature some big changes

    2020 federal viewpoint survey will feature some big changes
    The latest version of the Office of Personnel Management’s Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey will feature some noticeable differences when feds begin to receive it in July, as the agency announced June 25 that it had reworked the survey to cut some of its core standards and add questions about the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The FEVS survey often varies slightly from year to year to improve question clarity or address the needs of that specific year, but the core standard questions reflect those employee viewpoints that federal agencies are required to survey by statute.

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