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GCN : October 2015
GCN OCTOBER 2015 • GCN.COM 9 Illustrations by Dragutin Cvijanovic By 2015, we were supposed to have hoverboards. So is it too much to ask for a workplace where government employees have the tools to deliver on digital govern- ment’s promise? That question (minus the hoverboard lament) was the gist of a Justice Department request for informa- tion this summer on best-of-breed technologies for a future virtual office. And although other agencies might not be detailing their questions in RFIs, there is active exploration of new approaches to office IT at all levels of government. So GCN did some exploring to see just what a bleeding- edge office might look like. No sci-fi speculation here; all the technology in question exists in production form. And as the pages that follow make clear, government cubicles might be about to get significantly more inter- esting. — GCN staff THE OFFICE OF THE FUTURE It’s already here, if you know where to look 1015gcn_009-011.indd 9 10/5/15 12:02 PM
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