Celebrating Public Service Recognition Week 2024

It’s Public Service Recognition Week! CSOSA is honored to celebrate and express gratitude to its employees for all they do. Celebrated the first full week in May since 1985, Public Service Recognition Week honors the people who serve our nation as federal, state, county, local, and tribal government employees.

In a Proclamation on Public Service Recognition Week, President Biden said “Our Nation’s over 20 million public servants work hard to deliver for our families, communities, and country. Their work matters to people’s everyday lives: They keep neighborhoods safe and the buses running, and build futures for people in their hometowns. They are the lifeblood of our democracy, acting as brave first responders, election workers, and service members defending our country. This week, we recognize our Nation’s public servants, who do the humble yet critical work of keeping our country running.”

Each day, CSOSA employees make the decision to build a better District of Columbia and change people’s lives by working for this agency. The positive impact CSOSA has on individual lives and the community at large would not be possible without the effort of every team member in every area of the agency—whether they work with supervisees directly, or in a position that supports the functioning of the agency.

CSOSA Director Richard S. Tischner joins the heads of other federal agencies in recognizing the valuable contributions of those who have dedicated themselves to public service in the Public Service Recognition Week Co-Chair Letter.

Fiscal Year 2023 Supervision Data


CSOSA uses data to provide evidence-informed and evidence-based community supervision to the people under our jurisdiction. This data shows us the progress of our supervisees as well as our own progress towards our strategic goals.

We work to enhance public safety in the District of Columbia, help integrate supervisees into the community, promote accountability for ourselves and the people we supervise, and support the fair administration of justice.

Explore our latest infographic to see the data from fiscal year 2023 to learn more about our agency and the people we supervise. For a more detailed look at our FY2023 data, visit our Reports page to read our FY2025 Congressional Budget Justification and its related documents.