According to the "Best Places to Work" data, 43 percent of federal agencies bucked the overall government-wide trend by engaging employees and improving morale. How did they do it?
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Subra Suresh, an engineer and scientist, became director of the National Science Foundation (NSF) in September 2010.
Do men and women working for the federal government have different perceptions of their jobs and work environments?
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