telework

  • Continuity of Operations Planning and Teleworking

    Originally Aired February 23th at 3:05pm

  • Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

    Glen Bjorklund Deputy Director for Administration Sept. 11th, 2008

  • Four days a week . . .

    Continuing the verbal ping pong over a four-day work week for feds.

  • Choking Point

    Almost everyone is expecting congestion during the Inauguration – so some have decided to stay home and telework, but this might not be the best solution, either. Wireless carriers are also expecting lots of traffic…

  • Log On, Opt Out of Traffic

    You should expect traffic – lots and lots of traffic – on Inauguration Day. Many feds have the day off, but what about those people who don’t? The Telework Exchange is trying to get local…

  • Log On, Opt Out of Traffic

    You should expect traffic – lots and lots of traffic – on Inauguration Day. Many feds have the day off, but what about those people who don’t? The Telework Exchange is trying to get local…

  • Helping Managers Understand Telework

    Last week’s telework event, hosted by the Telework Exchange, was geared toward getting more Federal managers on board. Federal News Radio’s Max Cacas covered the event, and brought back the audio highlights I played today.

  • Securing What’s Been Opened Up

    Getting more employees to telework while maintaining secure networks is no easy feat for the Department of Veterans Affairs, but VA has taken steps to improve its methods. Lindsey Ross, Manager of Client Services at…

  • Telework Update

    What Congress is doing to keep feds off the roads and on the cyberhighways.

  • Federal Telework: Making Progress

    More agencies are committing to growing the number of people that can telework. The Telework Exchange hosted their annual town hall meeting yesterday, and several Federal executives talked about how they’re making telework work –…