Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) September 20, 2005
Cox, Comcast, Microsoft, Teletrips, the Northern Virginia Technology Council Foundation and the Telework Coalition have joined forces to host a ÂfreeÂ web conference on the importance of Telework in private and public organizations in the Washington D.C. and Northern Virginia areas.
This one-hour web conference, scheduled for Wednesday, September 28th from 9:30-10:30 am Eastern features nationally recognized Âthought leadersÂ including Congressman Frank Wolf (R-VA), Sun Microsystems Chairman and CEO, Scott McNealy, Christine Todd Whitman (former US EPA Administrator), and the Chairman of Fairfax CountyÂs Board of Supervisors, Gerry Connolly. These leaders and several other experts will present the many benefits of telework from a triple bottom line perspective Â the social, economic and environmental impacts.
For more information or to register for this free web conference, please click: http://www.telcoa.org/id273.htm
About Teletrips Inc. Teletrips (http://www.teletrips.com) helps create, implement and manage public-private partnership programs to reduce commuter congestion, improve air quality, and reduce energy consumption. Teletrips uses its proprietary web-based software to assist with the management and auditing of trip reduction programs.
About the Telework Coalition: The Telework Coalition (http://www.telcoa.org ) is a nonprofit 501 (c)(6) headquartered in Washington, DC, promoting the awareness and adoption of existing and emerging distributed work services and technologies.
About the NVTC foundation: the NVTC Foundation (http://www.nvtc.org/foundation ) was founded to encourage and facilitate Corporate efforts to give back to the community. The Foundation seeks initiatives that include technology as an important component in their mission with the goal of ensuring current advances in technology reach the community.