Where are you logging in from to do your work? If it’s your home office, that might be changing.

Office of Management and Budget Memo, M-23-15, outlined steps for agencies to review, assess and update their work environment plans against organizational health and performance frameworks that support the mission. This includes an expectation to reconsider and potentially increase "meaningful" in-person work at federal offices.

Specifically, you’ll learn:

  • How to adopt a flexible mindset to help change the culture.
  • How to create the infrastructure and capacity to operate in a more efficient way through workplace standards, team charters and other strategic investments.
  • Real results from government experts who are evaluating work environments.

Watch on demand to learn from organizations that adopted a more flexible approach to remote and hybrid work. Our panel of experts explore what investments agencies made to support, enable, strengthen and improve mission delivery and the workforce.

    Javier Inclán
    Assistant Inspector General for Management and CIO,
    National Science Foundation Office of Inspector General

    Justin Harlan
    Managing Director,
    Tulsa Remote

    Robin Kilgore
    Deputy Assistant Director,
    Office of Diversity and Civil Rights,
    Department of Homeland Security,
    Immigration and Customs Enforcement

    Jody McDaniel
    Director of Eastern Field Operations,
    National Agricultural Statistics Service,
    United States Department of Agriculture

    LaKeya Jones Smith
    Supervisory Workforce Management Analyst,
    National Agricultural Statistics Service,
    United States Department of Agriculture

    Mika J. Cross
    Government Workplace Expert and Workforce Transformation Strategist

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    • Closed captioning will be available.
    • All registrants will receive the recording Friday, June 2.