Feds need to do a better job of measuring telecommuting benefits

With one of the largest telecommuting communities – over 1 million — in the country many of the Federal agencies that support it have little information to show about its benefits.

Watchdogs at the Government Accountability Office this week issued a report that found that many agencies “had little data to support the benefits or costs associated with their telework programs. All of the selected agencies could provide some supporting documentation for some of the benefits and only two could provide supporting documentation for some of the costs.”

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