Special Alert:

Originally set to expire on or before May 2020, GSA will extend the current telecommunications contracts until May 2023. Agencies should focus on making solicitation awards by September 30, 2019, and other transition-related timelines noted below. Read more about the EIS Transition from Assistant Commissioner Bill Zielinski.

  • September 30, 2019: Deadline for awarding EIS task orders.
  • March 31, 2020: GSA will limit use of the extended contracts for agencies who have not made task order awards.
  • March 31, 2022: 90 percent of agencies’ telecom inventory must be off current contracts and moved to EIS.
  • May 31, 2023: Current Networx, WITS, and LSA telecom contracts expire.

Whether you're the largest federal entity or a local government office, use our cost-effective telecom products and services offerings. Choose from specialized services, or buy a total customized solution for your agency or campus.

Visit the Telecommunications Hallway on the Acquisition Gateway to find and compare all telecom offerings from GSA.


  • Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions, our telecom/IT infrastructure solutions contract, replaces Networx and all legacy regional local service telecom contracts.
  • Enterprise Mobility offers secure wireless services under both EIS and MAS Information Technology Mobility SIN (517312), mobile devices, and applications.
  • Connections II offers secure telecom equipment, labor, services, and solutions for your federal infrastructure, building, or campus.
  • Networx allows federal agencies to build seamless, secure operating settings through customized telecom services. EIS is replacing this legacy contract.

The SATCOM contracts include the MAS Information Technology Special Item Number 517410 and the Complex Commercial SATCOM Solutions (CS3) IDIQ contract.

Contracting officers can issue a task order against GSA's Governmentwide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs) for IT services solutions that include added needs such as telecom, wireless, satellite, expert services, and more.

Shared Services

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

Local Service in the United States

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

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Last Reviewed: 2021-06-09