Agencies looking to save millions are giving up the status quo and adopting virtual workplace policies.
GSA is trying to figure out how it should structure two major IT task orders in light of a quickly evolving agency.
Report on teleworking found the dip in 2010 was largely due to psychological factors and not technological barriers.
Out-of-state teleworkers could cause hidden tax worries for their employers.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services might be exposing its data to greater risks because of workers carrying files home for teleworking, a report says.
Four questions IT leaders should be able to answer about equipping a mobile workforce.
Most fed employees polled don't want to commute to telework centers, survey reports.
Fully realizing the benefits of telework will require a significant departure from current practice, writes Cisco's Alan Balutis.
Annual Tele-Vision awards honor federal agencies with pioneering telework agendas.
Although most federal agencies have completed their required telework policies, the number of employees taking advantage still lags, new survey shows.
An official with the Office of Personnel Management said “nearly all” agencies have met the Telework Enhancement Act's requirements and outlined what comes next.
A Microsoft survey ranks the nation's capital seventh in supporting formal telework programs.