OCC Makes Top Ten List for Best Places to Work in Federal Government
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency ranked 4th out of more than 200 small and independent agencies for best places to work in the federal government in 2006, according to the Partnership for Public Service and American University’s Institute for the Study of Public Policy Implementation.
The list reflects the responses of more than 221,000 randomly selected federal employees who completed the Office of Personnel Management’s 2006 Federal Human Capital Survey. The list compares agencies in 10 categories: effective leadership, employee skills/mission match, family-friendly culture, pay and benefits, performance-based rewards and advancement, strategic management, support for diversity, teamwork, training/development, and work/life balance.
The OCC ranked in the top ten in 8 of 10 categories including: 1st in support for diversity, 2nd in strategic management, 3rd in training and development, 3rd in family-friendly culture and benefits, 4th in pay and benefits, 6th in teamwork, 9th in effective leadership, and 10th in performance-based awards and advancement.
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency was created by Congress to charter national banks, to oversee a nationwide system of banking institutions, and to assure that national banks are safe and sound, competitive and profitable, and capable of serving the banking needs of their customers in the best possible manner.