Telework


GSA begins major telework push

GSA signs new telework policy that aims to promote teamwork and guide federal supervisors in managing a mobile workforce.

Federal CIO VanRoekel unveils plan to boost government innovation

Obama’s chief information officer highlights how "Shared First" and "Future First" initiatives will help cut waste and make the most of IT investments.

Workplace as a service? DHS CIO says yes

Department of Homeland Security is looking to try out a new business model.

When roadwork can do no more good, telework can be a solution

Virginia commuters could soon see less-congested roads thanks to the commonwealth’s efforts in pushing telework, according to a state official.

Workplace flexibility could expand dramatically soon

Could a management philosophy that shuns traditional ways of thinking about work soon be a reality for the federal workforce?

Teleworkers: Slackers or ethical?

A confluence of events makes telework more attractive than ever -- just in time for a bombshell study to throw a wrench into the effort.

Ineligible to telework? Join the club.

Most feds haven't been told they're eligible to telework OPM survey finds.

Can California state managers be trusted to keep teleworkers in line?

Debate starts over accountability for teleworkers.

Outdated risk-management policies threaten telework

Outdated approaches to managing workplace risk could be the next stumbling block for telework efforts.

Can working from home reduce the urge to be unethical?

Study says telework makes workers more ethical.

Peace Corps introduces expanded telework options

Peace Corps leaders expand telework abilities in revised policy.

Telework could save Calif. more than $1B, study says

In addition to the savings in commute times and employees' sanity, telework for public-sector employees in California could save the state $1.5 billion a year, according to a new study.

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