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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

Jul 12

Telework Guidance during the Metro SafeTrack Project

In response to the Metro SafeTrack project, agencies should review their policies and procedures on the use of workplace flexibilities, including telework, to help mitigate commuting disruptions for their workforce.  To help agencies during this time, the U.S. Office of Personnel Management issued Guidance on the Use of Telework during Metro SafeTrack Project.

Apr 12

NEW Training Available: Introduction to Leave, Workplace Flexibilities, and Work-Life Program

The Introduction to Leave, Work-Life, and Workplace Flexibilities course is now available on HR University.  This online training is designed for managers and employees seeking to understand, access, and use the vast resources and flexible workplace options available in the Federal Government.

Additionally, OPM Acting Director Beth Cobert recently released the New HR University Course Supports Workplace Flexibilities blog in recognition of this training and on the subjects of National Women’s History Month, Work-Life, and Workplace Flexibilities.

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