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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 12

Overseas Telework Guidance

OPM is pleased to share The Department of State’s Authority Regarding Domestic Employees Teleworking Overseas. The guidance on Overseas Telework addresses a long-standing need for information and policy guidance specific to overseas work arrangements. This information will help Federal agencies and employees understand the unique statutory requirements of this type of remote work arrangement.

May 21

OPM Releases Temporary Pay and Leave Guidance for Upcoming WMATA Project

The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) released a memo to agencies releasing telework and alternative work schedule guidance for Federal employees who will be affected by the upcoming Platform Improvement Project by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA). The memo encourages agencies to communicate these procedures to its workforce and use them in a manner that has minimal impact on its mission and service to the American people.

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