Mason Offers Free Commuting Services to Federal Workers

Posted: September 19, 2005 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

George Mason University’s telework centers are offering free computing options to federal employees for the remainder of 2005. This offer has been approved by the U.S. General Services Administration.

The university’s telework centers, operated by Mason’s Enterprise Center, are located in Fairfax, Herndon and Manassas. Each center houses computers, high-speed Internet connections, telephones, private voice-mail, meeting rooms, and high-end machines to copy, print and fax. On-site technical support is also available at each location.

“We are committed to promoting and expanding federal telework in this region,” says Darryl Dobberfuhl, center director. “Federal employees who have yet to try telework from a center can do so until Dec. 31, at no charge to their agencies. In addition, current teleworkers can increase the number of their telework days at no additional charge to their agency.”

The centers in Fairfax, Herndon and Manassas are managed by staff from Mason and Lockheed Martin.

Mason’s telework centers have been in operation since 1995. For more information on this free offer, call 703-367-3000 or 703-367-6962, or go to

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