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Video Conferencing Mandates: What Your Agency Needs to Know

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In the past three years, federal leaders from agency chiefs to President Obama have mandated the use of video conferencing, citing the need to reduce travel spending, increase collaboration, and improve productivity in the federal government. As Congress and agencies look for ways to improve operations during the sequester, they may be able to look to enhance the use of video conferencing in order to reduce their spending on travel. 

Download this report to learn what your agency needs to know about the video conferencing mandates, the problems your agency may encounter, and the benefits you can expect from visual collaboration technologies.

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