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Reports & Studies
Reports and testimony are valuable resources that show how telework can be used as a management tool to address human capital challenges.

Reports to Congress

The annual “Status of Telework in the Federal Government: Report to Congress” assesses the telework programs of Executive Branch agencies.  Reporting requirements focus especially on telework participation and measurable progress on additional goals (e.g., energy use, employee attitudes).


This section includes testimony by OPM officials before House and Senate Committees and Subcommittees on matters related to Federal telework.

Agency Reports

Many agencies have an important role in studying and advancing telework throughout the Federal Government.  These reports are on matters related to telework—from emergency preparedness to telework and dependent care to agency successes.

News & Announcements

Feb 02

2014 Status of Telework in the Federal Government Report Released

OPM is pleased to present the 2014 Status of Telework in the Federal Government report, the third status report we have published since the signing of the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010. This report provides an overview of Federal telework programs and shows the continued progress of telework in the Federal Government.

Dec 18

Behind the Scenes: Changing the Operating Status Blog and Video

While we know that the weather doesn’t always pan out as forecast, at OPM we try to make the best decision both to ensure your safety and that the work of the Federal government continues. Read OPM Acting Director Beth Cobert's Behind the Scenes blog to learn more about how operating status decisions are made.

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