Monday, December 04, 2006


The Office

FAS's Secrecy News got a copy of an employee survey recently given to America's intel workforce. "To ensure your anonymity," the survey cautions, "do not write anything on this survey or the return materials that would identify you personally."


Steve Aftergood explains:
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence is conducting an
annual survey of intelligence community employees to lay a
foundation for future reforms of personnel practices.

The survey asks IC employees to evaluate a range of issues from
workplace environment and job satisfaction ("How satisfied are you
with the policies and practices of your senior leaders?") to
attitudes towards other intelligence agencies ("How easy or
difficult is it for you to collaborate with members of the IC who
are outside your own IC agency?")

There are no wrong answers (wink wink).

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