AT&T offers telework solutions for federal agencies

One application helps measure the cost savings from telework

AT&T is now offering federal agencies telework technology solutions, the company said in a statement issued May 4.

The company’s Government Solutions group is offering broadband network access, security services, cloud computing solutions, Web-based conferencing and voice-over-IP services.

In addition, AT&T provides support and consulting services to help agencies build a technological bridge to telework, including an application that helps managers develop reports and metrics that identify the efficiency gains and cost savings that result from telecommuting, the company said.

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