Unscheduled leave or telework for feds on Tuesday
Federal government offices in the Washington area are open on Tuesday, but workers may take unscheduled leave or telework from home if necessary.
The Office of Personnel Management is permitting eligible federal workers to use annual leave, earned time off or to take leave without pay if necessary.
Employees already scheduled to telework today are expected to do so as scheduled, OPM said. "Emergency employees" are expected to report to work as scheduled.
According to The Post's Capital Weather Gang, very icy conditions due to the falling temperatures (into the low-to-mid 20s) are likely to cause very slick roads (particularly those untreated) and sidewalks for the a.m. commute. Plan your Tuesday commute with The Post's Dr. Gridlock.
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| February 22, 2011; 3:31 AM ET
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