Mobile Work Exchange calculates that this year’s 163,495 Telework Week participants -- most of them federal employees -- saved nearly $14 million in commuting costs.
The draft special publication is the government’s response to the challenges encountered in authenticating smartphones, tablets and iPads.
Despite complaints from some, metrics support the idea that telework helps boost productivity.
About 14 percent of all agency-issued devices went unused for seven months, says a report from NASA IG Paul Martin.
Pledges for 2014 to work remotely have already exceeded last year's.
Teri Takai wants industry to develop mobile devices that DOD can certify quickly -- and cheaply.
The DHS agency was seeking a company to build a smart phone-accessible database of license plate information that agents could use in the field.
The move is the latest in the administration’s effort to free up spectrum for use in wireless broadband to meet the growing demand for data-intensive mobile services.