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Programs of the Office of the Science Advisor (OSA)

Training and Training Evaluation 2017

The Scientific Integrity Policy is most effective when agency employees are aware of its existence and its significance. In January 2017, scientific integrity training became a required element of the onboarding process for new EPA employees. Scientific integrity training sessions were also held for over 1,500 other employees in FY2017. The trainees were also asked to evaluate the program through a survey. These training sessions and evaluation results are discussed in this section.

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