The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of Emergency Communications (OEC) has posted results and findings from this year’s SAFECOM Nationwide Survey (SNS).
The SAFECOM Nationwide Survey Informational Webinar provides the public safety community with information on the relevance and benefits of taking the survey.
The SNS is a nationwide data collection effort to obtain actionable and critical data that drives our nation’s emergency communication policies, programs, and funding.
The SAFECOM Nationwide Survey (SNS) is a nationwide data collection effort to obtain actionable and critical data that drives our nation’s emergency communication policies, programs, and funding. SAFECOM will leverage the collected data to identify gaps and inform development of the program’s strategic priorities; and will assist the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security (CISA) Emergency Communications division to execute the Nationwide Communication Baseline Assessment (NCBA). The materials below provides information about the SNS.
To be sure, I am disappointed that our efforts to improve employee satisfaction at DHS were not reflected Department-wide in this year’s results of the Federal Employee Viewpoint survey. I am disappointed but not discouraged. We will not give up. We know that improving employee satisfaction across a 22-component, 240,000-person department takes time.
The Department of Homeland Security Annual Employee Surveys (AES) are conducted to collect data on Department employees' perceptions of workforce management, organizational accomplishments, agency goals, leadership, and communication.
US government websites are required to provide monthly web metrics, search, and customer satisfaction reports to the public.
The Department’s Regional Resiliency Assessment Program (RRAP) is an interagency assessment of specific critical infrastructure, combined with a regional analysis of the surrounding infrastructure, including key interdependencies.