This Note provides an overview of the interventions that constitute "PACER SHARE" and the evaluation plan to assess their effects. PACER SHARE is a five-year federal civil service demonstration project that is being conducted within the Directorate of Distribution at the Sacramento Air Logistics Center, under the auspices of the Office of Personnel Management. Its purpose is to determine whether the experimental changes improve the productivity and the quality of work life. If so, they will be considered for wider application in the federal sector.
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