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Are Feds in and Around D.C. Going to Have to Go Into Offices Soon?

GovExec Daily staff discusses the end of "maximum telework" in federal agency offices.

The Office of Personnel Management announced that the maximum telework edict will end this month with the cessation of the national public health emergency on May 11, though OPM chief Kiran Ahuja has said that the change will not have a significant impact on agencies. Telework for feds has been a political football and the three years of the pandemic suggest that flexibility overrides almost everything else. Still, plenty are pushing for more in-office work and the matter seems far from resolved.

GovExec Daily’s Adam Butler and Ross Gianfortune discussed the state of telework in the federal government and in D.C. as the public health emergency comes to an end this month.

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