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    jimmy371
    As far as I know, not everyone's position can use or benefit from telework - and that wouldn't fair, according to the union, so it becomes a benefit, instead of SOP, where warranted. In my agency, PII concerns force us to use dedicated laptops to connect with the agency VPN. And we have to share these laptops. Plus, forcing us to use the HSPD-12 cards, means we need a reader at home to connect to the VPN. In short, Fed requirements make it very expensive to telework. In my prior private industry job, all I needed was to install special VPN software and a RSA key fob. The software installed anywhere and the key fob generated time-sensitive keys, in addition to needing a username and password. A lost key fob is useless to anyone else.
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