Iron Bow Technologies Wins Multimillion-dollar Deal with EPA

Iron Bow Technologies has been awarded a five-year multimillion-dollar contract to provide TelePresence hardware and services to the Environmental Protection Agency. The firm will also provide EPA with TelePresence solutions to enable high-definition face-to-face interactions and collaboration.

“We’re proud to bring best of class TelePresence Solutions to EPA that will help the agency achieve its goal of becoming more effective, efficient and environmentally friendly,” said Rene LaVigne, president and chief executive officer of Iron Bow Technologies.

The TelePresence suite will reduce recurring operating costs in support of current federal budget deficit reduction initiatives. It also furthers the agency’s environmental initiatives by making telework possible and allows EPA to lower its carbon footprint.

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