Telework Enhancement Act of 2010 is Boom for D.C. Virtual Offices
It’s official. U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate have passed the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010.
The legislation gives federal agencies 180 days to develop and implement eligibility requirements for telecommuting employees. The law also requires each agency to provide training and management for teleworkers, establish nondiscriminatory policies, establish information security guidelines, and designate an employee as the telework managing officer for each agency. It's a major breakthrough—and a sign of the times.
With more support for telecommuting employees at the federal level, virtual office providers in Washington, D.C. could see an uptick in business. Davinci Virtual Office Solutions is ready and waiting for federal teleworkers.
Davinci Virtual Office Solutions offers seven virtual office locations in Washington, D.C., including locations on Pennsylvania Avenue, G Street, I Street, 16th Street, 12th Street, and Connecticut Avenue.
Let’s take a closer look at Davinci’s virtual office space at The Willard. The Willard is strategically located in the Federal Triangle. The Federal Triangle is an area in Washington, D.C. formed by 15th Street NW, Constitutional Avenue NW, Pennsylvania Avenue NW and E Street NW. There are 10 large city and federal office buildings there that make up the Pennsylvania Avenue National Historic Site.
The Willard is located at 1455 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW. For as little as $125 a month you can boast a virtual office space in this location. You’ll get a prime business address, mail and package support, access to a business support center, a lobby greeter, and more. You can also rent a conference room or day office space on demand.
With seven virtual office locations in Washington, D.C., Davinci Virtual Office Solutions has you federal teleworkers—and anyone else that needs a professional business image in Washington, D.C.—covered.
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