GSA teleworkers billed $750,000 in travel expenses, raising questions in Congress.
A poll discovers feds are enthusiastic about mobile technology and believe it will help cut costs -- but not all the time.
Applying the Hatch Act to teleworkers is not as simple as it seems.
Government leaders need to realize technology is their friend, a strategic asset, says the federal CIO.
Despite popular belief, public perception of the government workforce and pervasive anti-government rhetoric hasn't put a damper on young people's desire to become public servants.
The growing popularity of teleworking is giving rise to questions that had not been considered at any length before.
Forthcoming strategy will give citizens better access to government data and enhance service delivery for agencies.
At least one agency finds that telework provides new ways to accomplish its mission in trying times.
When her husband needed medical care last year, Casey Coleman found that federal telework policies made it possible to manage work and home.
New telework guidance focuses on non-military personnel.
A new survey shows that most government employees who work remotely are content, but a few report failures.
Federal mobility is going to require a shift in attitudes and approaches throughout the government.