GSA administrator touts telework during emergencies
A bill to expand and promote more teleworking in the federal government has advanced in the House. Officials at the Office of Personnel Management say an after-action review is slated for April 5 to examine the role of teleworking during February’s blizzards, when the government was closed. The head of one of those agencies that were able to keep working through the blizzard believes teleworking is part of the bigger picture of re-imagining the federal workplace.
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