Telework!Va provides incentives for Virginia businesses to establish or expand telework programs for employees. The program goal is to provide more opportunity for participation in teleworking.
Transportation Demand Management programs help manage travel demand to make our systems more efficient. It’s core mission is to move more people in fewer vehicles, move travel time out of the peak period, or, in the case of teleworking, eliminate travel time altogether. TDM focuses on people-oriented transportation choices and shared ride transportation solutions
Fairfax County government is working to improve traffic and air quality. Fairfax began a telework program for government employees in 1995, and it has been growing ever since.
Provides information on teleworking benefits as well information on the 15 telework centers located in D.C., Northern Virginia, Maryland and West Virginia.
Originally established to help area commuters find rides to work, Commuter Connections has expanded its services to help businesses and their employees find innovative ways to succeed while improving the local economy. Includes links to telework case studies.
Offers free on-line training for both teleworkers and telework managers as well as sample agreement and telework resourses.
Offers telecommuting assistance and guidance as well as assistance on implementing the policy.