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US Economic Development Administration Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker
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  • Good mission, tough structure

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    I worked at US Economic Development Administration full-time (More than 3 years)


    The mission of the agency is compelling, and there are smart people who care a lot about what's being done. The impact on the ground is apparent, and lots of projects are made possible by EDA's existence - projects that really make a difference on the ground.


    Leadership seemed to make a point of not cooperating with the union, didn't show much respect for its employees generally. Structure of the organization is too political, with more politicals per employee than most federal bureaus and agencies, which makes it harder to get work done with politicking that goes on and people being in charge who either can't hold the group accountable or simply aren't competent enough.

    Advice to Management

    Show more respect to employees, work proactively with the union, and encourage more innovation even if it isn't coming from the top down.

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