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Emergency and Closure Information

COVID-19 Information

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Please contact your manager for more information about this guidance.  See the frequently asked questions for other answers related to the transition back to the workplace and watch this video highlighting some of the changes at BPA facilities to mitigate the continued risks of COVID-19.
 
IT Remote Access Info:
BPA PIV VPN UserGuide
Accessing myPC remotely (Windows)
Accessing myPC remotely (Mac)

BPA Internal Communications (requires BPA network access)
BPA COVID-19 FAQ

For recorded information, call: 503-230-3333.

Telework 

Employees and contract personnel who do not have current telework agreements should be in contact with their managers. Until further notice, telework plans can now be authorized, or modified, via email in order to expedite arrangements in lieu of a signed agreement. The email must include the employee’s request and the manager’s approval.

Employees and contract personnel in a telework status who have BPA-issued laptops should use VPN to work remotely, not MyPC. Employees and contract personnel who elect to telework but do not have an issued laptop can access MyPC on a non-BPA computer. If you have never accessed MyPC on a non-BPA computer contact the IT Helpdesk at 503-230-4357. Help Desk personnel will work remotely and be available during normal operating hours, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

If you have concerns regarding current guidelines and telework status, go to the BPA Coronavirus and flu FAQs. If those do not answer your question, or if you have a more unique circumstance, please contact your manager or HR Help at 503-230-3230.

The Incident Management Team continues to evaluate and identify new processes to support BPA operations. Guidance will be issued as soon as new information is available.

BPA’s actions are consistent with guidance we are receiving from the federal coronavirus taskforce. Additionally, the Incident Management Team continues to monitor local, regional and national conditions and is following guidance established by the CDC, local health departments and Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

BPA is committed to taking the necessary steps to protect the health and well-being of our workforce and ensure we can continue to serve our utility customers and the communities who depend on us for reliable power and transmission service.