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FCW : August 30, 2013
14 August 30, 2013 FCW.COM In 1997, 18 trademark-examining attorneys at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Of ce became the basis for the federal government s rst pilot pro- gram in telework, under the direction of USPTO attorney Deborah Cohn, who is now commis- sioner for trademark operations. USPTO s IT staff set up the attorneys home of ces with equipment suitable for telework, and attorneys began working from home a few days per week. They shared of ce space when they What works, what doesn't --- and what agencies have learned from 16 years of virtualizing the of ce BY FRANK KONKEL The U.S Patent and Trademark Of ce's Telework Enhancement Act Pilot Program allows employees to live more than 50 miles from the USPTO campus by effectively changing their duty station. USPTO s far- ung teleworkers USPTO paves the way for telework success USPTO employees work from home at least one day per week is the number of miles USPTO teleworkers avoid driving in a year 7,500+ 46,025,044
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