Cindy Auten

Cindy Auten is the General Manager for the Telework Exchange. Telework Exchange launched in April 2005, recognizing minimal agency and employee awareness on telework initiatives. It is a public-private partnership focused on demonstrating the tangible value of telework and serving the emerging educational and communication requirements of the federal teleworker community. The organization provides a venue for federal employees interested in telework, those currently teleworking, assigned coordinators, federal managers, information technology professionals, and telework proponents to dialogue on driving telework in the federal government. Cindy Auten can be reached at [email protected]

Ready, Set, Go: How to Put Telework in the Fast Lane

/images/stories/70x50/bug_knowledgecenter_70x70_(2).jpgAmericans are mobile: laptops, BlackBerrys and Wi-Fi are ubiquitous in today's culture. As a result, it's understandable that telework and flexible work schedules are gaining momentum in the workplace....

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