The FEVS is sexy

Resh's article garners professional attention - strengthening scholarly-practitioner relationships and making governance more effective
Resh’s article garners professional attention – strengthening scholarly-practitioner relationships and making governance more effective

An article in the May/June issue (V75.3) of Public Administration Review, is garnering media and more importantly, professional attention. Assessing the Past and Promise of the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS), authored by Sergio Fernandez, William G. Resh, Tima Moldogaziev, and Zachary W. Oberfield, has already been getting some professional notice.  Fernandez was interviewed by Federal News Radio  on Tuesday, April 14th. Government Executive, with its audience of federal government employees and stakeholders each month, also released a lengthy piece about the PAR article.

Important to note about the coverage is how the FEVS can strengthen practitioner-scholar partnerships; and the author’s call for “OPM, the Government Accountability Office, and other stakeholders to put together a working group that includes researchers who can help improve the design and implementation of FEVS,” can improve data for research and practice.

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