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Future of the Federal Workplace and the Impact on Urban Economies

June 30, 2021 @ 01:30:00 pm - June 30, 2021 @ 02:30:00 pm
Eastern Time (ET)

Over the past year, cities across the nation have felt the economic impact as a large portion of the Federal workforce has worked remotely. Today, the Federal government is actively planning its future approach to telework and remote work in the aftermath of the pandemic. As Federal agencies contemplate their future workplace strategy, they should consider not just the human capital, budgetary, and mission impact, but also the impact on our nation’s urban economies. On June 30, 2021, the National Academy of Public Administration will present a panel discussion on the future of the Federal workplace and the impact on urban economies. The panel will consider how Federal agencies are examining future policy on telework and remote work in the aftermath of the pandemic. The discussion will also consider agency decision-making on remote work in the context of the Administration’s overall commitment to restoring economic vitality to our nation’s urban areas.



Philip McNamara

Assistant Secretary for Administration, US Department of Transportation

Oscar Gonzales

Assistant Secretary for Administration, US Department of Agriculture

Denise Turner Roth

President, US Advisory Services, WSP USA, and former GSA Administrator

John Falcicchio

Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, District of Columbia

David Warm

Executive Director, Mid-America Regional Council


Norman Dong

Managing Director, FD Stonewater, and former Commissioner of Public Buildings at GSA

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***This session is open to the media but not for attribution.***

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