USAG-HI to take pulse on services
June 29, 2012
Community survey requests your feedback on website
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii -- U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii will field a community-wide survey July 1-31. The purpose of the survey is to gather customer feedback about the quality and importance of the services the garrison provides.
Results will be used to design and develop new services, modify existing services or allow for the cutback on services that are not so important in order to focus more on those that are.
The survey addresses about 60 services to include ID cards, child and youth services, housing, physical fitness centers and retirement services. The survey, which takes 15 minutes to complete, is open to all Soldiers, family members, retirees and civilians who use garrison services.
This survey is a great opportunity for you, as a member of the Hawaii Army community, to help shape what the garrison does for you, both today and in the future.
Responses to the survey are anonymous. They will be combined with others and will never be linked with you personally.
For questions about the survey or accessing the site, contact Gayle Yanagida at 808-655-8391.