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Navy asks commands to boost fleet survey response

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It appears sailors aren’t trusting the Navy’s promise of anonymity on the recently launched Personal and Professional Choices Survey.

Email invitations were sent out Jan. 17 to 80,000 randomly selected active-duty sailors, asking them to participate in what the service has called a “voluntary, anonymous survey” discussing a variety of topics, including work-life balance, career development, family planning and adoption leave. https://www.navytimes.com/news/your-navy/2018/01/25/navy-asks-commands-to-boost-fleets-meager-survey-response/

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