BGS evaluation stakeholder feedback survey
As part of our governance relationship with NERC, we are undergoing an evaluation of our service provision and performance as a geological survey over the last five years.30/09/2021 By BGS Press
As you may be aware, the British Geological Survey (BGS) is part of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) and a research centre under the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC). As part of our governance relationship with NERC, we are undergoing an evaluation of our service provision and performance as a geological survey over the last five years. NERC have commissioned Technopolis Ltd to undertake an independent and anonymous stakeholder survey.
Many of our stakeholders will, by now, have received an email from Technopolis inviting you to participate in the survey. You have received this survey as we would welcome your input into the work that BGS undertakes, both to appraise our performance and to identify future challenges and opportunities for BGS. This 15-minute questionnaire provides an opportunity for you to contribute to the evaluation.
If you have not received an invitation to complete the survey, but would like to do so, please contact us, and you will be sent a link by Technopolis.
Your input is extremely valuable to BGS and we would like to thank all of our stakeholders in advance for their time. If you have any queries about the evaluation process or the stakeholder survey, please contact email@example.com or Keely Mills at the BGS.
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