Showing 3 ideas for tag "smart phone"

Department of Homeland Security

Voluntary Use of Personal Cell/Smart Phone to Reduce Gov Costs

In one hand is my personal smart phone. I love it. I pay for unlimited voice and data with this phone. I can surf freely and without guilt that I'm wasting government money when I do so. It's also faster and more flexible than...what I hold in my other hand, my blackberry. I hate it. I only use it for government business which is largely viewing e-mails when I'm off site. So I carry two of these devices around.... more »

Voting

30 likes
Active

Department of the Interior

Smart Phones for Field Work

Employees who regularly conduct field work might benefit from having a government smart phone (~$150 up front, $30/mo data). Being able to check email, the weather, locations of nearby hardware stores or gas stations, being able to navigate between field sites, etc etc... these are all valuable tools that together could save a lot of time and effort. Only those employees who spend sufficient time in the field and whose... more »

Voting

2 likes
Active

Social Security Administration

Phone Applications For Smart Phones

I think we should develop smart phone applications. The phone applications would enable users to read information about any agency they need information on. Also workers in the field could direct people to use the applications or use the applications themselves to obtain information. One specific application I would like to see developed is a QR reader. From Wikipedia - A QR code (abbreviated from Quick Response code)... more »

Voting

1 like
Active