Outdated approaches to managing workplace risk could be the next stumbling block for telework efforts.
Study says telework makes workers more ethical.
New government project targets tech-savvy students in effort to boost federal IT workforce.
More than two months remain for the panel to compile recommendations to cut more than $1 trillion from federal spending in the next 10 years.
A new book's insights into productivity have important implications for supervisors, writes columnist Steve Kelman.
Federal agencies often seem to discourage employees from taking creative approaches to doing their jobs, FCW readers say.
A new survey indicates that 12 percent of men are willing to give up 10 percent of their salary in exchange for more telework, compared to 6 percent of women.
Applicants can apply for multiple jobs with a single application under OPM's new pool system.
The Office of Personnel Management is revamping its federal jobs site, with changes that users will see and others behind the scenes.
A federal employee labor union points to contractors, outsourced work and federal employees' sacrifices as the congressional "supercommittee" hunts for areas to reduce the deficit.
Rules about overtime and comp time are not usually stipulated in today's federal telework arrangements.
Faced with nearly 70,000 applications it couldn't process, OPM was able to invite those affected to send in new materials.