D.C. Wants to Move Beyond COVID-19 Telework. What's Taking The Federal Government So Long?
GovExec Daily staff discusses the ways that the pandemic has changed agency office plans in Washington, D.C.
The COVID-19 crisis effects on work-life culture has been vast, from the ways we interact with one another to the hybrid work environment that has become synonymous with the pandemic. For feds, hybrid is the new normal, which has had a major impact on businesses. In D.C., the federal government accounts for a quarter of pre-pandemic jobs and owns or leases one-third of D.C’s office space, which doesn’t just affect public servants, but also downtown businesses. D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser recently called on the Biden administration to get feds back into offices or change its relationship with property in downtown D.C.
On Wednesday's podcast, GovExec Daily’s Adam Butler and Ross Gianfortune analyzed the telework situation in D.C. for public servants, businesses and everyone else.
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