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NCUA Leadership Ranks among the Best

by Ken Anderson | Apr 15, 2013
While confidence among federal employees in their leaders is declining at many agencies, National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) employees continue to rate leadership highly, according to newly released data from the Partnership for Public Service.

While confidence among federal employees in their leaders is declining at many agencies, National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) employees continue to rate leadership highly, according to newly released data from the Partnership for Public Service.

NCUA was one of the top five mid-sized federal agencies for effective leadership, according to the Partnership for Public Service’s latest report, available on their website. A December 2012 Partnership report listed NCUA as one of the best places to work in the federal government. That report also lauded NCUA’s leadership, a major factor in employee job satisfaction.

“Everyone at NCUA works hard, and our leadership works particularly hard at providing effective supervision and support,” NCUA Board Chairman Debbie Matz said. “Employees are our most important asset, and they need to have confidence in their leadership. Making NCUA an employer of choice has always been a top priority for me, and I’m proud our leadership rankings remain strong and employee confidence has grown.”

NCUA’s leadership effectiveness score for 2012 was 64.6 on a scale of 100, fourth among mid-sized federal agencies. The agency’s score was 5.3 points higher than in 2011. The overall 2012 score for federal agencies was 52.8, a 2.1 point decline.