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These principles were created by a coalition of 100 participants from 18 federal agencies as a starting point for organizations when considering their workplace strategies. Learn more about how we developed these principles.
Real estate will help us maintain and enhance human connections, but technology will be the primary force that brings work together.
Offices will remain critical to collaborate, connect, access secure resources, and host those who can’t or don’t want to work from home.
During the pandemic, agencies discovered the positive impacts of telework. Employees will want to continue working wherever it best suits the task at hand.
Working from home affords employees scheduling flexibility, opportunities to improve a work-life balance, and cost and time savings from commuting.