About 900 workers have pledged through a mobile work advocacy group to participate in next year’s Telework Week.
The Office of Personnel Management has released an updated Washington, D.C., Area Dismissal and Closure Guide in advance of the snow season.
Many of the cyber threats to federal networks come as a result of security lapses by the users themselves.
Advancements in technology that allow federal agencies to do more with less, budget cuts and a gradual migration of federal IT infrastructure to the cloud are a number or reasons why experts say the federal government will begin to reduce its IT workforce.
The Energy Department notified employees that a hacker attack compromised the personal information of about 14,000 current and past employees.
The Patent and Trademark Office this month formally established a program to let some patent managers telework on a full-time basis, according to a group that advocates for greater use of telework.
The Office of Personnel Management last week announced the availability of a new official mobile app that will provide operating status updates for federal employees working in the Washington, D.C., area.
More than 112,000 federal employees participated in a yearly teleworking event this past March—66 percent more than participated in 2012,
More than 135,000 workers pledged to telework during last week's third annual Telework Week, the sponsor of the event said.
The Veterans Affairs Department is offering millions of dollars to developers who can prove they have a software product that can successfully integrate with and modernize its electronic health records system.