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Submission + - SPAM: Study derides feds telework efforts: $13.9B hole

coondoggie writes: "If all the government's eligible teleworkers worked from home, the Federal government could save $13.9 billion in commuting costs annually and eliminate 21.5 billion pounds of pollutants from the environment each year. The "Telework Eligibility Profile: Feds Fit the Bill" study is based on a survey of 664 Federal employees found that of those respondents, 96% of them should be teleworking, yet only 20% do. In fact, the Federal government telework deficit is equivalent to the gross domestic product of Jamaica, the study said. To offset the amount of CO2 emissions Feds disperse in the environment by commuting, we would need to plant 32 million trees a year... [spam URL stripped]"
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Study derides feds telework efforts: $13.9B hole

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