As many readers of the InterAgency Journal noticed last November, the Simons Center recently conducted a survey of our readers. The survey was included in the Fall 2015 edition of the InterAgency Journal, and asked readers for their opinions on the Journal’s content and subject matter.
The data gathered in the survey is being used to determine what changes, if any, need to be made to the Journal to better serve our audience’s needs. So far, the reader’s comments have been overwhelmingly positive, and the Simons Center is proud to have provided you with a product you find both helpful and enjoyable.
As a result of the survey responses, the Simons Center has decided to postpone the first 2016 edition of the InterAgency Journal so that we can begin incorporating some of our readers’ suggestions. The Journal’s regular publication schedule will resume in May.
The Simons Center would like to thank their readers for their continued interest and support, and we look forward to providing you with interesting, engaging, and educational content in the future.
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