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The DorobekINSIDER asked about telework lessons learned from GSA's Mike Brinks, Regional Commissioner of the Federal Acquisition Service in Kansas City, Missouri; and Ellen Upchurch, Supervisory Contract Specialist with the Centers for Facilities, Maintainance and Hardware.
As part of a huge move, DISA finds little things can mean the most. To keep just a few feds on the job, a new classified telework center is in the works. We get details from DISA's Jack Penkoske.
Telework may well be the wave of the future, but you need to be positioned to catch that wave.
Lightweight Portable Security for secure home connections can allow workers to telework.
The ability to telework is subtly moving from "want to" to "have to."
Sandra Gurvis, author of the Handbook for Managing Telework, joined the DorobekINSIDER to discuss the five steps to successfully managing teleworkers.
Agencies are testing an assortment of smartphones and tablet computers to improve how their workforces meet their missions. But there still are questions about the security of these devices.
On this Columbus Day, the DorobekINSIDER brings you the best recent stories we think are worth another listen.
Telework proves itself again when a Continuity of Operations Plan comes together.
The Office of Personnel Management is extending its Results Only Work Environment, or ROWE, pilot through 2011. Justin Johnson, deputy chief of staff at OPM, told Federal News Radio's Jason Miller about OPM's decision to extend the program and how the ROWE pilot is going to date.
Tight security measures both tighten the leashes of executives, while driving them out of the office.
The bill now awaits House approval
Both employee unions and agencies say certain phrases in President Obama's executive order creating these committees need to be better defined. VA deputy secretary Gould will lead an effort to bring some precision to terms such as pre-decisional, to make sure everyone is working from the same sheet of paper. National Council on Federal-Labor Management Relations also details first set of bargaining pilots, called B-1.
The private sector and Congress are showing wide support for federal telework.
Like other agencies, the Institute of Museum and Library Services has released its agency sustainability plan. Unlike the others, telework plays a major part in the plan.
Legislation is waiting for Congress to come back to work.
Congress returns next week to deal with federal pay and teleworking issues, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says, and as a side effect, returns Washington, D.C.'s traffic to its normal nightmare status...
While GSA feds think about how to make federal buildings greener, they're going to be doing it from outside their own offices.
If Congress does what it's promised to do, your chances of working from home should be greatly improved within the next couple of weeks. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey reports on a flip-flop in the way teleworkers are to be picked.
This week, host Jason Miller talks with Diane Herdt about GSA's initiative to use technology to improve the energy efficiencies of the buildings the government owns.
Aug. 26, 2010