Posted 74 days ago
FIRST ON FOX: House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer, R-Ky., is turning up the heat on a Biden administration official that is taking full advantage of their remote work policy.
Comer sent a letter to General Services Administration (GSA) Administrator Robin Carnahan regarding whistleblower reports of her predominantly working remotely outside of the nation’s capital while serving in a high-level government position.
Additionally, the newly-minted House oversight chairman is introducing the Stopping Home Office Work’s Unproductive Problems (SHOW UP) Act into Congress.
The act aims "to prevent the Biden Administration from cementing pandemic-era telework policies for the federal workforce until it provides Congress with a viable plan to avoid the negative impacts of remote work," according to a press release exclusively obtained by Fox News Digital.
"For years, Americans have suffered from the federal government’s detrimental pandemic-era telework policies for federal bureaucrats," Comer said in the press release. "President Biden’s unnecessary expansion of telework crippled the ability of departments and agencies to fulfill their responsibilities and created cumbersome backlogs."
"The federal government exists to serve the American people and these substantial delays for basic services are unacceptable," he continued. "As Chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability, I intend to advance commonsense legislation to guarantee federal agencies are meeting their missions."
Comer said he is "proud to introduce the SHOW UP Act, which will ensure the federal workforce returns to the office," and, in addition, he is "also seeking information from the GSA regarding reports indicating Administrator Carnahan was routinely absent from her Washington office."... (Read more)