Because work is no longer where you go but what you do, the modern hybrid workplace includes not only the traditional office, but the home and any “workspace” an employee can contribute from. Government hybrid work requirements, however, can be more stringent than a commercial enterprise.

Cisco Thought Leadership in Government

To better understand key drivers for governmental hybrid work, please take a look at my short white paper on why empowering hybrid work is a key governmental imperative.

Agencies taking a holistic approach to hybrid work often begin by securing and improving their information technology and network infrastructures. Having a robust and resilient infrastructure provides the foundation for delivering more effective and responsive digital services through hybrid work.

And as the modern work environment continues to evolve, governments are accelerating their adoption and deployment of collaborative technologies to deliver more advanced and effective services to their residents, enhance customer and worker experiences, optimize productivity, and more effectively compete for workers in increasingly competitive labor markets.

A crucial element to delivering effective enterprise hybrid work is how to optimize “hybrid” collaboration within the office environment.  Cisco is a proud participant in GSA’s Workplace Innovation Lab which officially opened 2 weeks ago at GSA HQ to showcase how workplaces are evolving to meet the needs of today’s hybrid workers.
Cisco’s Marcus Moffett provides additional details on this journey in his Hybrid Work Innovations Coming to U.S. Government blog.

Cisco is a leader in transforming workspaces by unifying networking, security, and collaboration to safeguard health and well-being, as well as supporting enhanced safety and greater efficiencies.

Read the thought leadership paper


Steve Vetter

Senior Strategic Solution Executive and Federal Strategist

U.S. Public Sector