Federal retirees didn’t get a cost of living adjustment this year. What’s the outlook for a COLA in 2011? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey rates the chances as somewhere between slim and none.
Friday and Monday are the most popular telework days in government. So are you doing your thing from your home computer or are you at work work? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey’s got the latest saga in the telework marathon.
The House on Thursday voted down HR 1722, the Telework Improvements Act. It would have greatly expand the ability of federal workers to telework. The bill failed because the measure failed to win a two-thirds majority of the lawmakers voting.
Having failed to gain passage in late May, Maryland Congressman John Sarbanes is predicting success this time for his bill to expand teleworking in the federal government. Sarbanes’ bill could be considered by the full House as early as Wednesday.
Rep. John Sarbanes (D-Md.) explains why he thinks the Telework Improvements Act will benefit the federal government.
The House approved a bill that would create government-wide regulations for teleworking.
The House passes the Telework Enhancement Act.
The telework bill for federal employees was signed into law today.
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