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Fed Managers Shouldn't Distance Themselves from Remote Work

Bob Westbrooks joins the podcast to discuss telework lessons learned from his experience at the Pandemic Response Accountability Committee.

The COVID-19 pandemic has shifted much of the government workforce to a remote work reality over the last few years. Agency officials need to learn how to balance remote work in whatever constitutes the new normal that the U.S. work culture is settling into. Workers love working remotely, so how can that be leveraged for human capital strategy?

Bob Westbrooks is the former Executive Director of the Pandemic Response Accountability Committee, an independent committee within the Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency. He has experience as the Deputy IG at the Small Business Administration and is the author of the GovExec post headlined “Remote Work: Transitioning from a Social Distancing Measure to a Human Capital Strategy.” He joined the podcast to talk about his post and remote work.

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