Networx

All agencies using Networx, WITS 3, and Local Telecommunications contracts must transition to Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contracts or another vehicle according to the following schedule:

  • March 31, 2022: 90% of agencies telecom inventory must be off expiring contracts and moved to EIS
  • September 30, 2022: 100% of agencies telecom inventory must be off expiring contracts and moved to EIS
  • September 30, 2022: Agencies sign Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) for Continuity of Service period
  • November 1, 2022 - May 31, 2023: Contractors disconnect agencies without MOUs
  • May 31, 2024: Continuity of Service period ends for agencies with signed MOUs

Use of the extended contracts will be further restricted by the limitations process and the freeze on modifications and orders. Read more about this in the letter to all Agency Transition Sponsors [PDF - 189 KB] from FAS Assistant Commissioner Laura Stanton.

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  • We update the Networks Authorized User List (NAUL) [XLSX - 88 KB] of agencies authorized to use the extended contracts (see Section H.2.3a and b of those contracts) as we enforce the eligibility condition for the extension of expiring contracts. In preparation for the Continuity of Service period, we prepared a Preliminary NAUL [XLSX - 83 KB] to indicate the agencies that will be authorized to use the Continuity of Service Period and those that will be removed from the NAUL in May 2023.
  • Review GSA's Full Service Transition Plan [PDF - 4 MB] for updates on local number portability and coordination with Public Buildings Service (PBS)

Networx, a Best-In-Class solution, provides domestic and international network services to federal agencies at the lowest possible price.

Networx offers managed security services through the Managed Trusted Internet Protocol Services (MTIPS) program, which follows the Trusted Internet Connections (TIC) initiative. It also offers Anti-Virus Management and Intrusion Detection and Prevention to provide data, voice, and security solutions to protect against security threats.

In Managed Network Services (MNS), the supplier provides management of an agency’s infrastructure, including:

  • Real-time proactive network monitoring
  • Rapid troubleshooting
  • Service restoration

You can obtain services through two sets of acquisitions offered by the Networx program: Networx Universal and Networx Enterprise. Each offers a wide range of services, including:

  • Telecommunications and transport services
  • Management and application services
  • Security services
  • Special services

Networx Enterprise also offers access arrangements and telepresence services in addition to the above.

View the Networx Service Guide for a description of all services offered on Networx.

Networx Universal

  • Type of contract: Multiple award, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ)
  • Ceiling: $48.1 Billion
  • Task orders: Fixed-price

Worldwide coverage

You can use Networx Universal to develop telecommunications solutions anywhere in the world.

Networx Enterprise

  • Type of contract: Multiple award, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ)
  • Ceiling: $20.1 Billion
  • Task order: Fixed-price

If you need assistance or guidance, please contact your agency’s Solutions Broker.

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

Last Reviewed: 2022-11-04