U.S. Office of Evaluation Sciences Fellowship Opportunity

Apply behavioral insights to improve government programs and inform evidence-based policy

Applications are open for a one-year fellowship opportunity with the Office of Evaluation Sciences (OES). OES, housed in the U.S. General Services Administration, is a team of interdisciplinary researchers that apply behavioral insights and evidence to provide recommendations to improve government function and evaluate uses of administrative data. OES has worked on key challenges in the U.S. including opioid prescribing, healthcare access for Veterans, reducing energy use and costs, and improving government efficiency.  

Learn more about the OES Fellowship from the APS Observer Column, Notes From a Fellow that followed Heather Kappes experience in the OES Fellowship.

Fellows will join OES on loan from other government agencies, academia, or nonprofit offices. The deadlines for applicants are Wednesday, January 11, 2023, at 11:59 pm ET.

To learn more about the fellowship and to apply, click here.

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