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Washington's been hit with a series of shockers this year ranging from an earthquake followed by a hurricane and a heat wave followed a freak cold snap. Now we learn that Kim Kardashian's idyllic marriage has crumbled. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says this could be the news that kickstarts the government's telework program.
The General Services Administration will announce a new policy that expands its telework and mobility options for employees.
Teleworkers and non-teleworkers have very different views of the effects telework has on office dynamics. According to a Federal News Radio survey, teleworkers have a much more positive view of telework than those who work from their agency or company office.
Telework is growing in the federal government but what will that mean for office dynamics? Take our survey.
The Office of Personnel Management is finalizing changes to the federal snow policy. Director John Berry won't share details yet, but he said telework shows the resiliency of government during bad weather.
Government Accountability Office employees could face six days of furlough this year as the watchdog agency expects a possible cut of $35 to $42 million in its budget compared with last year.
Does your government agency have branch offices in remote locations? If so, those areas may not have the land-based infrastructure necessary for reliable, high-speed communications. Hughes can help. Hughes satellite broadband technology provides comprehensive network coverage throughout North America—even in the most remote areas. With satellite broadband, government agencies in remote locations can improve the security and reliability of their communications networks while increasing the effectiveness of government operations and key citizen services such as emergency communications, telework, distance learning, and telemedicine.
When winter storms forced DC-based federal agencies to close, was your agency able to benefit from a robust telework program? Federal telework programs save money, reduce greenhouse emissions, and improve Continuity of Operations planning; yet only about five percent of the federal workforce teleworks. Agencies cite IT funding and security as key barriers to participating in telework programs. Hughes has the answer—managed network services. With a managed network services approach, a single provider can fully integrate an agency's network vendors and all aspects of service, maintenance, and billing—saving money, enhancing network security, as well as improving the quality and reliability of service.
Hear about Telecommuting and how this solution allows for employees to utilize the telecommunication service to accomplish normal business activities. Here more on Nortel's objective's, mobility solutions and how they may allow you and your company to conduct business no matter where you are.