The recent decisions to eliminate telework at major companies show a lack of understanding of the practice's benefits.
Today's children are tomorrow's workforce -- plugged in, connected and ready for an office without walls. Will the government be ready for them?
Videoconferencing technology could save the federal government nearly $13 billion every year, according to at least one estimate, but agencies face hurdles in adopting it.
The latest technologies and refinements to managerial best practices offer new opportunities for improving and extending telework programs.
More federal executives say streamlining and modernizing business processes is a bigger priority than IT.
Despite the recent OPM report, it's still challenging to understand much about federal telework.
The space agency seeks to complement its Work From Anywhere program with new mobility strategy.
To achieve the plan's goals, federal managers will need to give up some control over employees and information.
That agency managers don't all embrace telework is not news, but why? Here are some answers.
First survey since Telework Act reveals key trends.
Federal agencies are pushing for telework as a way to function during emergencies, but widespread power, telephone and Internet outages could undermine that vision.
The recent thunderstorm that resulted in widespread power outages could serve as a reminder that telework is a valuable option for federal agencies.