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After Crash, Feds Urge Telework

From Ed O'Keefe's Federal Eye blog:

The Office of Personnel Management has strongly urged federal managers to allow employees to telework from home today to avoid delays on Metro following last night's deadly crash. Federal government offices in Washington, D.C. will however open on time and operate under normal operating status today.
"To the extent possible, managers are encouraged to allow employees on alternate work schedules to reschedule their day off," according to an OPM release sent early this morning. "Managers are encouraged to allow up to 2 hours of excused absence to account for travel delays."

Read the full post on the Federal Eye.

By Washington Post Editors  |  June 23, 2009; 6:29 AM ET
 
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