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America’s largest employer is set to make an unprecedented announcement in June when the federal government likely will issue guidelines regarding when and how federal employees can return to the office, The Washington Post reported, citing officials and memos the newspaper had obtained.

The guidance probably will include the option to combine in-person and remote-work options, according to the article.

“We anticipate this guidance will leave room for decision-making at departments and agencies, to provide maximum flexibility for defining work requirements to meet mission and workforce needs,” an anonymous senior official in the administration of President Joe Biden told the paper.

This reverses a stance of the administration of former President Donald Trump, which had decreased telework programs that had expanded under Barack Obama.

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