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Will COVID finally kick-start federal telework efforts?

Will COVID finally kick-start federal telework efforts?
Initiatives to expand federal telework have been ongoing for more than a decade, with only piecemeal progress, as telework policies are often reliant on the views of agency leadership and managers at the time.

But forced mass telework in response to the COVID-19 pandemic may now offer enough evidence to make working from home during non-emergencies more widespread in the future.

Read the full article on Federal Times

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