Biden administration agency Covid-19 vaccination data shows mandates work, OMB says

(CNN) The Biden administration's Office of Management and Budget on Wednesday released a detailed breakdown of agency compliance with the federal government Covid-19 vaccine mandate, which went into effect via executive order earlier this week, linking high levels of compliance as proof mandates work to boost vaccinations.
Data provided by the OMB broke down the percentage of employees in compliance, meaning those employees who have had at least one dose of a vaccine or have submitted or received an exemption request, and the percentage of employees who have had at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.
There are some differences between those two numbers for each agency, per data shared by the OMB.
The Department of Transportation, for example, has the highest level of compliance with the mandate at 99.6%, though just 90.6% of its workforce has had at least one vaccine shot.
The agency with the highest level of vaccination is the US Agency for International Development, with 97.8% of its workforce having at least one shot.
96.4% of Department of Health and Human Services personnel have had at least one shot, and 96.2% of staff at the National Science Foundation.