“The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has begun considering sending at least some employees back to work at their offices under Phase 1 of a longer term reopening plan, but most employees will remain teleworking for at least the next month.”
“The agency’s longer-term facilities reopening plans, a knowledgeable source told MeriTalk, is expected to result in a smaller permanent employee footprint in FEMA facilities than before the COVID-19 pandemic that sent employees to work from home.”
“The earliest FEMA will consider bringing back employees to its facilities is June 15, but most will remain teleworking until at least July 15, the source said. July 15 is the earliest date that a FEMA facility may enter Phase 2 of re-opening…” Read the full article here.
Source: FEMA Inches Toward Reopening, Sees Smaller Permanent Footprint – By Dwight Weingarten, June 16, 2020. MeriTalk.