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How does your agency compare to others when it comes to allowing employees to telework? The latest Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey gives some insight.
Over 67 percent of feds said their agencies have not told them of their telework status.
Cynthia Henderson is a leadership development expert, coach and trainer.
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The two groups said they'd be willing to take a 10 percent cut in pay, or more, if it meant being able to telework, according to a new Mom Corps survey.
CISCO Senior Technical Manager John Carney and Senior Solutions Marketing Manager Tim Simon join host Bill Bransford to talk about the how to solve government's biggest technology issues.
September 9, 2011
Because of "localized flooding," the Office of Personnel Management announced federal agency employees in the Washington, D.C. area have the option for using unscheduled leave or unscheduled telework.
California's budget woes could be helped by an increase in the use of telework by state employees, according to a new report from the Telework Research Network.
The Federal Trade Commission is using enterprise architecture make its technology backbone faster, more efficient and able to run mobile devices.
Recent events have elevated the importance of telework in the federal government ranks.
The Office of Personnel Management and the General Services Administration are providing information for federal employees in the event Hurricane Irene causes federal building closures.
Thousands of office workers didn't have to deal with road construction and confusion about building closures after Tuesday's earthquake in Washington — because they telecommute. Agencies with robust telework policies largely avoided the chaos. But others have been slow to implement the new policies required by the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010.
According to a recent survey, most respondents said increased telework training has not been built into their 2012 budgets.
Locality pay in the federal government is based on an employee's "official duty station." But how does a teleworker determine what that is?
The 28 Federal Executive Boards across the country play an integral role in bringing agencies together and ensuring communication to and from Washington. The organizations coordinate agencies' efforts and provide input during policy development. FEBs play a key role during emergencies by acting as the conduit of information.
George Mason University Professor Stephen Ruth says there's reason to be cautious about the increasing use of telework.
A new ongoing series by Federal News Radio tells the stories of long-time federal employees.
Personal and professional issues come into play for people deciding whether or not to telework.
GSA employees will no longer be able to park for free in federal buildings around the National Capital Region.