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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.
While GSA feds think about how to make federal buildings greener, they're going to be doing it from outside their own offices.
All's quiet on the western front. Maybe a little too quiet for telework proponents.
Most telework debates focus on four basic points about teleworking. We hear both sides.
It's a saying many of us have grown to hate, but Apple's iPad really is being tested to see if it's "good enough for government work."
Teleworkers work more efficiently. Now there's a way to spend that paycheck more efficiently too.
Who's dialed in, and who isn't, across the Hill and the federal complex.
The differences between federal workers and the private sector can be seen in the way they look at telework.