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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.

Testimony

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

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).

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

Sep 30

Human Resources Flexibilities and Authorities for Federal Employees Affected by the Zika Virus Memo

OPM recently released the Human Resources Flexibilities and Authorities for Federal Employees Affected by the Zika Virus memorandum.  This memorandum has three attachments providing information and/or guidance from OPM, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.  They present current guidance on protecting workers from occupational exposure to the Zika virus and remind the Federal community of the various human resources flexibilities and authorities that may be available to help affected Federal employees.

Sep 27

Updated Telework Training Modules for Agencies

OPM is pleased to announce the release of two updated and enhanced telework training modules: 1) Telework Fundamentals -- Employee Training, and 2) Telework Fundamentals -- Manager TrainingThese online training modules continue to be available on HR University at no cost.

Read the Updated Telework Training Modules for Agencies memo to learn more.

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