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  • O’Malley reduces telework for Social Security HQ, regional office staff - February 2, 2024
  • The new commissioner outlined a plan to create “core collaboration days” for members of management, while most frontline workers are seemingly spared from the cuts.

    Erich Wagner, Government Executive

    Social Security Commissioner Martin O’Malley announced Tuesday that beginning this spring, employees at the agency’s headquarters, regional offices and area director offices will be expected to show up for in-person work more frequently, as the new leader seeks to get a handle on operations.

    According to a memo sent to staff, beginning April 7, headquarters, regional office and area director office employees will be expected to work in-person three days per week. Staff in the commissioner’s office will report onsite four days per week, while employees in the Office of the Chief Information Officer will report in-person twice per week.

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