The state of telework in the government

The closing of federal agencies last winter proved how telework can help keep work from piling up as high as the record snowfall. Although forecasters are predicting an average winter for the Washington, D.C., area this year, with — thankfully — average precipitation, it is a good time to review the state of telework for government employees.

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Sources: Office of Personnel Management, Partnership for Public Service and Booz Allen Hamilton

Note: OPM report does not include data from the intelligence community.

About the Author

Stephen Weigand is the graphics reporter for Federal Computer Week.

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