January 26, 2011 by USA Post 

OPM, Federal government in the Washington area might want to prepare for telework on Thursday. The National Weather Service issued a winter storm watch, which says that the snow could reach the capital, from the afternoon on Wednesday night, and we could see at least five inches falling when all is said and done.

We will not know until early Thursday if the snow is enough to throw a wrench into the operations of government. So it would not hurt the federal government that telework can bring their laptops or home Wednesday evening a few files just in case the Office of Personnel Management says leave unexpected / unscheduled telework days.

OPM Director John Berry praised last month the option of teleworking as a new way to keep the government operating as much as possible moderately bad weather – for example, when some snowy roads are dangerous, but not badly scolded or widespread to justify a government full closure. The alternative for the feds who cannot telework, but feel they can safely do to work, is to take a day of unscheduled leave. OPM”has already done once this winter

Rain and a little rain here in the Fort Washington section Tantallon. Walked down the aisle to get the print version Wapo and the street was all wet, but the entrance was a layer of slush very smooth. The grass and the cars are covered with snow and slush. Thank you”OPM, to learn to go to work and go home during the rush in the afternoon … Oh goody …

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