Office of Network Services Programs
The Office of Network Services Programs develops and manages programs that provide telecommunications to federal agencies, including administrative and technical support.
The Office of Network Services Programs accomplishes this by:
- Effectively leveraging competition to offer the best available telecommunications services and solutions at the best overall prices in the marketplace.
- Providing a customer focused, highly responsive, and fully integrated approach to helping federal agencies.
Two broadly scoped acquisitions providing access to a broad range of domestic and international network services to federal agencies at the lowest possible price.
NS2020 Strategy will provide the future for government telecommunications/ IT infrastructure solutions and upcoming initiatives, such as the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) acquisition.
A joint strategy between Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) and GSA to replace expiring satellite contracts.
CONNECTIONS II is a $5 billion, 10-year multiple award contract that will be the government’s one-stop shop for obtaining campus telecommunications infrastructure.
The Wireless FSSI program will improve the procurement and management of wireless services across government.
Telephone and Internet-based communication access for federal employees who are deaf, hard of hearing, and speech disabled.
Telecommunications and network services, such as Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), local and international telephone service.
GSA’s Enterprise Mobility Program defines solutions that allow government to securely deploy and manage wireless services, mobile devices and applications.
The shortcut to this page is www.gsa.gov/networkservicesprogram.