On the road

Office Anywhere addresses the following federal markets:

n Mobile field workers: Employees such as census takers, law enforcement

officers, auditors and investigators, and sales or service representatives

who need to use portable software and tools to gather and disseminate information.

n Traveling workers: Employees who attend conferences, meetings and

expos and need to stay in touch with e-mail and other systems in their home

office.

n Telecommuting workers: Employees who work from home or a satellite

office and need to replicate their office system.

n Emergency assistance workers: Employees with agencies such as the

Federal Emergency Management Agency who need to quickly move to any location

and set up a complete communications and operations office.

Source: GSA's Office Anywhere program

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