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.
Confusion concerning the operating status of the federal government during Hurricane Sandy has prompted the Office of Personnel Management to make changes to the language it uses to alert employees about whether they should report to work.
Tricare beneficiaries now have access to an updated mobile phone application for managing their pharmacy benefits.
The Patent and Trademark Office continues to set the standard for federal telework programs.
Federal employees at most agencies frequently feel unable to carry through on their desire to bring innovation to work, according to a new report on staff perceptions.
The Office of Personnel Management is beginning plans to move agencies away from manual data collection of telework statistics in an effort to improve data quality.
A new report shows the use of telework is improving in the federal workplace.
The first full week of March is Telework Week, and many federal employees have made the pledge to stay off the roads and work from home.