ISPPI

AcronymDefinition
ISPPIInstitute for the Study of Public Policy Implementation (American University; Washington, DC)
ISPPIIsrael Society for Philosophical Practice and Counseling (est. 1996; Jerusalem, Israel)
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At a May 22 meeting of the Institute for the Study of Public Policy Implementation (ISPPI) at American University, Paul Barnes, deputy commissioner for human resources at the Social Security Administration (SSA), noted that when SSA did workforce planning, it found that 80 percent of the senior executives, grade 15s, and grade 14s are eligible to retire.
Max Larsen, senior vice president and division director in the Gallup Organization, at the May 2 ISPPI conference stated that organizations that use the questionnaire to increase employee satisfaction through changed managerial behavior also increase productivity.
The Best Places to Work ranking of federal workplaces is generated by the Partnership for Public Service and American University's Institute for the Study of Public Policy Implementation (ISPPI).