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Sep 24

Washington, DC

Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center

The new administration is focused on the needs of working families and ensuring government productivity and efficiency. Congress is focused too – pushing telework legislation that supports a healthy work/life balance, a cleaner environment, business stability, recruiting, retention, and relief on the roadways. The Federal government will lead by example. Telework – Unleashing Government Productivity The sixth Telework Exchange Town Hall Meeting will provide the opportunity for government and industry attendees to participate in an open dialogue on best practices in building and expanding telework programs within the Federal government. Where: Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Washington, D.C. When: Thursday, September 24, 2009; registration/check-in begins at 7:30 a.m. Details: Complimentary to government employees Register: www.teleworkexchange.com/townhallmeeting/2009-fall-attendee-reg.asp Consisting of two tracks, the event program will explore telework policies, performance, management, and technology for executive management, HR, and IT departments. Learn about: Telework policies and strategies Measuring employee performance and productivity Marketing initiatives for promoting telework programs Best practices in government mobility Business continuity – testing telework and IT infrastructure Secure telework and remote access For more information, contact Nancy Whitman at [email protected] or call (703) 883-9000 ext. 121.

Registration Opens: 06/17/2009 Cost: Complimentary for Government Attendees

Contact Name: Nancy Whitman

ph: 703-883-9000 ext.121 email: [email protected]

Company Info:

Telework Exchange

921 King Street
Alexandria, VA. 22314

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