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Reports to Congress

Background & History

In accordance with the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010 (the Act),  the U.S. Office of Personnel Management works with the Executive agencies to issue an annual report to Congress. This report provides information about the overall number of participating teleworkers in the Federal Government as reported by the agencies. The report offers a year-to-year snapshot of Federal telework, provides an assessment of agency goals relating to telework, and addresses patterns, trends and other information about Federal telework programs. The first report required under the new Act was due to Congress by June 2012.  The Annual Reports to Congress section provides every telework report issued by OPM to Congress from 2002 (prior to the signing of the Act  on December 9, 2010).