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Consultation for Use of Program Design Logic Models


OP&A is offering a one-hour free consultation on the use of logic models in program design every Tuesday morning at 10:00am on a first-come, first-served basis. Contact Deborah Earle to schedule a session.

Office of Policy and Analysis: Workforce


This section contains documents on the following issues: Workforce composition and planning; employee satisfaction. ("Workforce" includes employees, volunteers, fellows, interns, employees of other federal agencies working at the Smithsonian, and other human resources engaged in Smithsonian work.)



Workforce

2014 Smithsonian Employee Perspective Survey, November 2014 | Detailed Tables

2013 Smithsonian Employee Perspective Survey, October 2013 | Detailed Tables

2012 Smithsonian Employee Perspective Survey, December 2012| Detailed Tables

2011 Smithsonian Employee Perspective Survey, October 2011 | Detailed Tables | FAQ

2010 Smithsonian Employee Perspective Survey, May 2010 | Detailed Tables

2009 Smithsonian Employee Perspective Survey, December 2009 | Detailed Tables

2008 Smithsonian Employee Perspective Survey, January 2009 | Detailed Tables


Lessons for Tomorrow: A Study of Education at the Smithsonian, Volume I: Summary Report, August 2009

Lessons for Tomorrow: A Study of Education at the Smithsonian, Volume II: Appendices, August 2009


Addressing Complexity: Fostering Collaboration and Interdisciplinary Science Research at the Smithsonian, Volume I: Summary Study Report, May 2009

Addressing Complexity: Fostering Collaboration and Interdisciplinary Science Research at the Smithsonian, Volume II: Detailed Findings, July 2009


Concern at the Core: Managing Smithsonian Collections, An Executive Summary, April 2005

Concern at the Core: Managing Smithsonian Collections, A Summary of Key Points Presentation, January 2005


To and From the Smithsonian: Results from the "1999 Smithsonian Intern Career Study," November 1999



For more information regarding the studies and reports on this site, contact the Office of Policy and Analysis.