Telecommunications

Future Telecommunications/IT Infrastructure Acquisition

One of the government’s top priorities for telecom is planning the transition of services from the expiring Networx, WITS 3, and the Local Service Agreements (LSAs) contracts to the upcoming Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) acquisition. Learn more about the EIS Transition.

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Find cost-effective telecommunications products and services offerings that we provide to our customers ranging from local government to the largest federal entities. Choose from specialized services such as satellite, or buy a total customized solution for your agency or campus.

Contracts

  • Networx allows federal agencies to build seamless, secure operating environments through customized telecommunications services.
  • Connections II offers secure telecommunications equipment, labor, services and solutions for your federal infrastructure, building, or campus.
  • Enterprise Mobility offers secure wireless services such as FSSI Wireless, mobile devices and applications.
  • Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions, future telecommunications/IT infrastructure solutions acquisition.

The Future COMSATCOM Services Acquisition (FCSA) provides satellite bandwidth and subscription services through IT Schedule 70. It provides end-to-end satellite services through two contracts:

Governmentwide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs) offer telecommunications as part of a total IT solution.

Shared Services

FedRelay provides telecommunications services to allow individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, or have speech disabilities to conduct official business with and within the federal government.

We provide a range of services that help the government conduct business on the web:

Local Service in the United States

Federal agencies can get a full range of first mile/last mile telecommunications products, services, and solutions to fit any customer requirement.

The shortcut to this page is gsa.gov/telecommunications.

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