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Reports & Studies

Agency Reports

Government Accountability Office Reports

The Government Accountability Office (GAO) has long served an important role in studying the advancement of telework initiatives in the Federal Government.  Many of GAO's reports are done at the request of congressional committees or subcommittees or are mandated by public laws or committee reports.  A list of GAO reports on the topic of telework can be found below.

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General Services Administration Reports

The legislative framework for the Federal telework program has provided the U.S. Office of Personnel Management and Genderal Services Administration (GSA) with lead roles for the Governmentwide telework initiative.  GSA partners with OPM in the development of policy and policy guidance in the areas of telework centers, travel, technology, equipment, dependent care, and Alternative Workplace Arrangements.  GSA reports and related guidance are listed below:

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U.S. Office of Personnel Management Reports 

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Merit System Protection Board Reports

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Other Agency Reports

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