Managing for Results: 2012 Federal Managers Survey on Organizational Performance and Management Issues (GAO-13-519SP, June 2013), an E-supplement to GAO-13-518
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Department of Commerce (Commerce)
This section of the e-supplement presents the responses provided by mid-level and upper-level managers and supervisors at Commerce to the questions on the Federal Managers Survey. In addition to the agency responses, it also presents the overall governmentwide estimates, which include Commerce responses for each question. Although respondents were asked to provide written comments to open-ended questions, these responses are not provided here. We received useable responses from about 70 percent of the eligible sample from Commerce. Survey responses are presented in the aggregate form.
|Section 1 - Background||View||View|
|Section 2 - Agency Strategic Goals||View||View|
|Section 3a - Performance Measurement (Performance Measures)||View||View|
|Section 3b - Performance Measurement (Performance Information)||View||View|
|Section 3c - Performance Measurement (Hindrances)||View||View|
|Section 4 - Agency Climate||View||View|
|Section 4 - Agency Climate (Continued)||View||View|
|Section 5 - Training||View||View|
|Section 6 - GPRA Modernization Act of 2010||View||View|
|Section 6a. - Cross-Agency Priority Goals||View||View|
|Section 6b. - Agency Priority Goals||View||View|
|Section 6c. - Quarterly Performance Reviews||View||View|
|Section 7 - Program Evaluations||View||View|
|Section 8 - Comments and Final Response Submission||View||View|
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