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OPM's 2012 Telework Report Shows Vast Opportunities for Improvement

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James Cook

OPM partially reported on two of the seven reporting requirements in the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010. OPM and agencies need to establish a completion date by which agencies will produce reliable data. More »

Leadership and Communication in the Field: From Policy to Practice

Anne Utech

Initiatives that are developed or regulated by Veterans Affairs (VA) central office policy must be implemented throughout field operations. To overcome the challenge, NFS uses a unique governance model—joining both business acumen and clinical expertise—to l... More »

Mobile Technology Forces Exploration of Bring Your Own Device

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Pat Fiorenza

Agencies have been tasked to provide employees with the ability to work where, how, and when they desire. Emerging technology that connects people to resources can transform the workplace. With employee mobility transitioning from an amenity to a necessity in today's... More »

Teleworking Thrives at U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

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Paula Ketter

Telework programs at the Alexandria, Virginia, agency improved employee productivity and employee satisfaction while maintaining high levels of customer service and employee performance. When the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010 was signed into law on December 9, 2010,... More »

Challenges and Opportunities for Second Obama Administration

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John M. Palguta

The results of the 2012 presidential election offer both good news and bad news for President Obama. The good news is that he now has another four years to work on improving government performance. The bad news is that he now has another four years to work on improving ... More »