by Washington Post Editors

Washington area federal government offices are closed for the second straight day because of superstorm Sandy.

But as Federal Diary columnist Joe Davidson noted, being off site doesn’t mean a government employee is off duty if they have teleworking status.As the closing announcement notes:


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If you have telework status or not, we’d like to hear from you for our Question of the Week:

It’s times like these when the issue of teleworking is front and center. Are you someone eligible for teleworking but have not been approved? If you have been approved — and have electrical power — is it fair that you may be required to work or take annual leave while others essentially have a day off? Is that a downside to teleworking, or is it a nonissue for you?

We might include your response on the Federal Worker Page of The Washington Post print edition on Friday. Leave your comments below.

Read more on teleworking:

Federal Diary: Storm ramps up federal teleworking

Telework points to management issues in and out of the office

Teleworking guru takes phoning it in to new levels