The "Ramp Up Your Savings: Measuring the Telework Returns" complimentary webcast focused on how to identify key factors that contribute to telework return on investment and how to develop effective measurement methods. Agency representatives discussed measurement techniques as well as management and technology considerations to address when determining telework effectiveness. Panelists also shared best practices in how to leverage cost savings and avoidance to build the business case for telework – highlighting results through real estate, utility, and commuter savings in addition to reduced recruitment and retention costs.
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Cindy Auten serves as general manager for Telework Exchange, an online community and public-private partnership focused on promoting telework in the government. The organization provides a forum for government employees interested in telework, those who currently telework, assigned coordinators, government managers, information technology professionals, and telework proponents to dialogue on the subject matter.
Since the company’s inception in April 2005, Auten has managed the overall operations of Telework Exchange, including the development of The Teleworker – an online and print newsletter focused on telework. In addition, Auten successfully manages the bi-annual Telework Exchange Town Hall Meetings, various online training Webinars, the annual Tele-Vision Awards programs, as well as serves as the author of numerous telework-related research studies.
As an example of event successes, the bi-annual Town Hall Meetings bring together a diverse set of stakeholders, including legislators, government agency telework proponents and managers, industry supporters, and affiliated organizations – all working to achieve demonstrable progress in this area. As evidence of the growing interest in this topic, more than 500 professionals attended the Fall 2009 Telework Exchange Town Hall Meeting. In addition to in-person events, Auten managed approximately five Webinars in 2009, with an average of 200 participants per session.
Auten is a frequent speaker and subject matter expert on telework. She recently spoke at the Southeastern Association of Tax Administrators Conference, The Association for Federal Information Resources Management (AFFIRM) luncheon, the Department of Homeland Security Telework Forum, and various Telework Exchange events. Auten is also featured discussing telework in The Washington Post and on Federal News Radio, WTOP, and NBC4 News as well as a number of other broadcast, IT, and government media outlets. Discussion topics include the status of telework, best practices and lessons learned, telework eligibility, managing a remote workforce, a review of Capitol Hill initiatives, and available telework resources for organizations, interested teleworkers, and current teleworkers.
Daniel Kent is the Director of Solutions & Chief Technology Officer for Cisco Systems’ Federal Organization. In this role, he is responsible for delivering new products and solutions to the Federal market. Working with our partners, this group delivers technologies and solutions around cloud computing, smart buildings, cybersecurity and collaboration to Cisco’s customers. Prior to this role, he served five years as the Director of Systems Engineering for Cisco Federal. In that role, he lead a team of engineers supporting the Dept. of Defense, Civilian Agencies, and the Intelligence Community which focused on the design and deployment of integrated, enterprise communication platforms and network solutions. Kent’s primary role is to support Federal customers by matching their mission and agency needs with scalable, secure IT solutions. He is also responsible for ensuring government unique requirements are understood and met within Cisco product lines. He brings the market leading experience and technology strategies of Cisco Systems’ to the technology requirements of the Federal customers.
Kent has worked in the communications field of the Federal market for more than 20 years. This allows him to utilize his experience to share best business practices for the Federal marketplace. Kent’s prior positions include ten years at Nortel Networks as the Director of Federal Engineering and as a senior consulting engineer for Network Solutions, Inc., where he supported several government agencies. In these roles, Kent participated in the complete life cycle of communications systems. He is very knowledgeable on various Federal Certification requirements including JITC, TIC, FISMA, FIPS and Common Criteria while having a proven track record ensuring Commercial products meet these requirements.
Kent is a graduate of the University of Maine where he received a Bachelor’s Degree and holds a Master’s Degree from John Hopkins University.