GSA unveils new telecommuting center in suburban Washington

GSA unveils new telecommuting center in suburban Washington






The General Services Administration last month opened a new Tele-work Center in Woodbridge, Va.

The telecommuting facility, the 16th in the Washington area, has 18 333-MHz Dell Celeron PCs with at least 1G hard drives and 128M of RAM each. The PCs are equipped with 56-Kbps modems.'They run Microsoft Windows 98 and Microsoft Office. Each user station also has access to a scanner, copier and black-and-white laser printer.

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