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Mobile Strategy by agency
Thursday - 12/6/2012, 11:33am EST
Federal News Radio surveyed 28 agencies on whether they have a formal mobile policy and whether it includes the idea of letting employees bring-their-own devices to work. We heard back from 21 of them, many providing more details on the status of their efforts. The results: Nearly every agency has or is developing a mobile policy and most also are considering a Bring-Your-Own-Device strategy.
Click on the links to reveal more details about each agency's mobile and BYOD strategies.
|Air Force||Under development|
|Homeland Security||Under development|
The agencies not responding were: the Agriculture Department, Office of the Director for National Intelligence, the Education Department, NASA, the Navy Department, Social Security Administration and the Treasury Department.
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