District of Columbia

Using Voice over Internet Protocol establish Government regional phone numbers that STAY with the government employee - no need

Using Voice over Internet Protocol establish Agency wide phone numbers for local areas - no need to print new business cards and saved time hunting down people. A new employee that gets hired gets assigned a number from a central office. They keep this number through moves up, lateral or whatever. No more reprint business cards or tracking down the guy who used to sit there before you. Savings through efficiency. This would be especially useful in the national capital region. In 10 years I have gone through 7 numbers - cubicle moves, etc and it cost the agency $50-100 to move the numbers. VOIP through a USB so when we telework we can answer - at another desk we can answer, or even at a conference. How much stationary, business cards and strings of calls without reaching the intended POC have you made?



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Idea No. 17124