IRS Extends Remote Work Pilot

The agency is analyzing data for future policy.

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has extended its remote work pilot program, which was slated to end in June, through Jan. 25, 2025, after meeting the requirement of President Biden’s administration to increase in-office presence. The extension is intended to allow further data collection and analysis to evaluate the impact of remote work and guide future policy decisions. Participants in the current pilot will have the option to withdraw at any time, but the IRS will not enroll additional employees during this period.

“We hope to finish this project strong and share decisions timely as we understand the importance of how it will impact employees and the agency,” Chief Human Capital Officer Traci DiMartini stated. “We urge leaders to continue following the Remote Work Project requirements and ensure employees understand the extension is not a sign of any future remote work decision, which will be evaluated later.”

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For Commissioner Danny Werfel to receive God’s direction as he oversees the IRS.
  • For IRS remote workers to be efficient and effective in their roles and for IRS officials to be discerning in their review of remote working policies.

Sources: Federal News Network


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