Average American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) evaluation score from surveys completed on the mobile site during the month
Dictionary: The American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) is a comprehensive reflection of the citizen experience with federal government websites, and it serves as a critical checkpoint for evaluating the success and performance of the federal government’s online initiatives. Visitors to federal government websites are randomly presented with online satisfaction surveys when navigating through the sites and the survey assigns an overall customer satisfaction score based on several individual elements that comprise satisfaction, like content, search, navigation, and site performance. For 2013, FDA received over 9800 completed surveys. This demonstrates that citizens are willing to share their voices to help FDA improve. The use of the ACSI methodology and technology then enables agency leaders to determine which website improvements will have the greatest impact on future usage and recommendations. An ACSI score of 72 is the average score for federal agencies.
Information is current as of June 30, 2014
Fiscal Year - 2014
FY 2014 YTD: 76.5
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