Networx Enterprise

Networx Extension Update

During the three year extension period, agencies can continue to use and order from Networx without conducting a fair opportunity to cover the extension period. Visit FedBizOpps.gov to learn more about the Networx Contract Extension Class Justification and Approval for Other Than Full and Open Competition.

If service orders were placed without dates, then the services will continue, no action is required by the agency. However, if task orders have been issued with set duration dates, then the task order will have to be modified to extend the duration one year at a time.

First Year Enterprise Extension Period: May 31, 2017 - May 30, 2018
New prices begin on June 1, 2017

Networx Enterprise Features

Type of contract: Multiple award, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ)

Period of Performance by Industry Partner:
Provider Contract Number Expiration Date with Extension
AT&T* GS00T07NSD0041 May 30, 2020
CenturyLink* GS00T07NSD0040 May 30, 2020
Level 3* GS00T07NSD0037 May 30, 2020
Sprint GS00T07NSD0039 NO EXTENSION, contract will end May 30, 2017
Verizon* GS00T07NSD0038 May 30, 2020

*Note: Links go to nongovernment websites.

Ceiling: $20.1 Billion

Type of task order: Fixed price

Wide range of services including access and telepresence

To look up specific services and the industry partners who offer them, use the Networx Unit Pricer. Under "Choose CLIN", search or browse for contract line item numbers (CLINs).

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National and some international coverage available

Depending on your requirements, industry partners may be able to meet your worldwide telecommunications needs.

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The shortcut to this page is www.gsa.gov/networxenterprise.

Last Reviewed 2017-01-24