The Federal Employees Flexible and Compressed Work Schedules Act (FEFCWA) authorizes, but does not require, agencies to offer alternative work schedules to employees. FEFCWA permits employees to designate non-traditional arrival and departure times, centered around core agency hours, and to experiment with four-day workweeks or other compressed schedules. Under the law, implementation and employee utilization of alternative work schedules depends on management support and leadership.
Workplace Flexibility 2010, Georgetown University Law Center, "An Overview of Early Laws Increasing Access to Flexible Scheduling and Reduced Hours in the Federal Workforce" (2009). Memos and Fact Sheets. Paper 17.