Tele-Vision Awards: Nominations Due March 17
Has your organization implemented a successful program that demonstrates a sound, sustainable approach to teleworking? Do you know a government executive who works vigorously to drive the telework agenda? If so, nominate that program or individual for a Telework Exchange Tele-Vision Award. For additional information and to download the nomination forms, visit http://www.teleworkexchange.com/2011awards.
Registration Open and Agenda Announced for Spring Town Hall Meeting
Telework Exchange will host the Spring Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, April 28, 2011 at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C. The agenda will include sessions focused on management and technology considerations for building, implementing, and measuring effective telework programs.
Plan to join your peers – agency executives, program and IT managers, telework coordinators, advisors, industry partners, and affiliated organizations – all working collectively to advance telework. Registration is complimentary to government employees; industry rates apply. For more information, visit www.teleworkexchange.com/townhallmeeting.
The Telework Big Picture Webcast
On December 15, Telework Exchange and Cisco hosted a Webcast, The Telework Big Picture, which focused on key telework program requirements, building the business case with management, and determining the appropriate technologies to enable telework.
Pam Budda, Policy Program Manager, Work/Life Programs, Civilian Personnel Management Service, U.S. Department of Defense and Dan Kent, Federal Chief Technology Officer, Cisco joined moderator Cindy Auten, General Manager, and Josh Sawislak, Senior Fellow, Telework Exchange to discuss the essentials in building a robust telework program. For more information and to download the Webcast materials, please visit: www.teleworkexchange.com/teleworkweek/webcast1.
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