U.S. General Services Administration Workplace Innovation Lab (WIL)
Future of Federal Work
Creating human-centered, sustainable, and flexible workspaces for Federal agencies to meet their missions better than ever before.
Make hybrid work, work better.
Provides a flexible, inclusive, supportive, secure and managed solution that is FedRAMP authorized.
Best-in-class video & audio meeting quality to ensure that remote and in-office employees can collaborate and fully participate using Microsoft Teams, Webex, Google Meet, or Zoom.
Secure and fast Wi-Fi access built around a zero-trust approach.
A reimagined workplace with innovative collaboration technology to remove unwanted background noise.
An advanced in-office DC microgrid to help meet sustainability and energy efficiency objectives.
Experience the WIL
Federal employees can reserve and experience new workplace setups, advanced collaboration technology, and evaluate office furniture that is purpose-built for hybrid work.
Select from 6 distinct neighborhoods
Select the workspaces and collaborative areas within the 6 neighborhoods and experience the Cisco technology that’s pervasive across the WIL.
Reserve workspace for any duration
Reserve workspace for an hour, a day, a week or more to experience your ideal workspace.
Federal employees can tap into their own agency networks using VPNs inside the WIL allowing only authorized devices and users to connect.
Workplace Innovation Lab Spaces
Browse some of the Workplace Innovation Lab spaces to see what space best matches your needs from focus pod to large conference rooms.
Workplace Innovation Lab Neighborhoods
The office needs a combination of spaces – for focus work, brainstorming, collaboration, and meetings. Each Neighborhood in the Workplace Innovation Lab has a unique design for hybrid work.
The Cisco Room and Desk devices, such as the Cisco Desk Pro, can serve as high-performance video conference devices, large video monitors, and whiteboards for co-creation.
Enclosed pods can provide private meeting space without having to change the floor plan of a building.
Open meeting spaces incorporate Cisco collaboration devices to make it easy for users in the office to join, and collaborate with remote participants regardless of meeting platform.
Large Conference Rooms
Large conference rooms are designed to ensure that everyone can be seen, heard, and able to fully engage with remote meeting participants.
Huddle spaces allow for quick collaboration between small groups of people, while still including remote workers.
Brainstorming spaces where teams can casually and comfortably work together, and make it easy to come up with great ideas.
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