Verizon helps Texas government agencies collaborate

Verizon Business is helping Texas State and Local government agencies become more collaborative. Through the Texas Department of Information Resources, Verizon Business has been awarded a contract to provide collaboration to state agencies, cities, counties and school districts.

Like other traditional government contract vehicles, the Texas Technology-based Conferencing Products and Related service contract enables Verizon Business to compete with other service providers to offer Texas public sector entities everything from audio, Web and conventional video conferencing, to lifelike immersive video.

For more:
- see the release here

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