Below is an embedded spreadsheet with unofficial results of the competition. The cumulative rank was produced by ranking each individual criteria (trips, miles ridden, percent of commutes that were by bike). Those three different rankings were then added with resulting in a cumulative score; agency with the lowest cumulative score was the first place agency. I added geographic information so that agencies could compare their results with other local teams (however this was almost entirely a guess as most teams pages did not include geographic information - Washington, D.C. based teams were ranked as a group). Amendments, comments and revisions to the information on the spreadsheet are most welcome.
Biking to work is an excellent means of transportation. It saves you money; it makes you healthy; it helps save the environment; and it can even save you time. More than that, people who bicycle to work say they love their commute! In addition, biking to work advances the goals of Executive Order 13514 which calls on federal agencies to set ambitious but achievable greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions targets for their operations, resulting in a government-wide goal to reduce emissions by 28 percent before 2020. See The Inter-Agency Task Force for Bicycling and Active Transportation's report Implementing a Successful Bicycle and Active Commuting Program in the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area.