A new report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) highlights how additional controls could strengthen telework compliance and data reporting.
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Last week, the Office of Personnel Management’s Acting Director, Beth Cobert, issued a memo reminding agencies they can permit employees to telework during the excessive heat wave hitting the country, and to ‘be proactive in protecting the health and well‑being of our employees.’
As the Washington, DC subway system prepares to undergo a massive, system-wide maintenance overhaul, the Office of Personnel Management devised a strategy to keep employee productivity up while their means of transportation are temporarily interrupted.
A recent memorandum from the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) requested that agencies, along with their human resources staff and telework managing offices, examine their telework reports to assess the accuracy of the data.
Federal employees are encouraged to telework ahead of the Nuclear Security Summit taking place March 31 through April 1 in Washington, D.C.
Over 1 million federal employees are eligible for utilize telework capabilities, but what are the costs and benefits of this option for the federal agencies they work in?