To provide access to a broad range of domestic and international network services to federal agencies at the lowest possible price.
Networx has contracts with the following industry leaders:
- AT&T Inc.;
- CenturyLink Inc.;
- Level 3 Communications; and
- Verizon Communications.
These contracts are designed to bring state-of-the-art network solutions to federal agencies. The program consists of two sets of acquisitions through which federal agencies can obtain services.
Networx Enterprise is also designed to provide federal agencies a range of Network Services with a special focus on access arrangements. The suppliers on Enterprise include AT&T, CenturyLink, Level 3, and Verizon. [Nongovernment websites]
To select a supplier, contracting officers at federal agencies make a fair opportunity [PDF - 348 KB] [PDF - 348 KB] decision based on factors that suit agency needs - including price, past performance, technical requirements or any other criteria deemed fit by the agency.
The Networx acquisition has predefined service level agreements [PDF - 670 KB] [PDF - 670 KB] for each service type. This enables the agency to know what to expect from suppliers and allows a high level of reliability for mission critical needs.
Federal agencies purchased $1.79 Billion in network and telecommunications services in FY 2016 (Oct. 2015 - Sept. 2016) under the Networx contract.
View Networx Business Volume Spend by Service [PDF - 30 KB] .
For the first two quarters of FY17 (Oct-Mar), federal agencies purchased $959.7 Million in network and communications services through Networx.
One of the missions of GSA is to use the purchasing power of government to drive down prices and reduce costs for agencies. GSA closely and continually evaluates how Networx is meeting this mission, especially around the area of pricing. In the first two quarters of FY17, the Networx program saved taxpayers and agency users approximately $309.3 million on telecommunications, compared to best commercial prices.
Networx offers managed security services through the Managed Trusted Internet Protocol Services (MTIPS) program, which complies with the Trusted Internet Connections (TIC) initiative.
Managed Network Services (MNS) is another unique offering where the supplier provides overall management of an agency's infrastructure, including real-time proactive network monitoring, rapid troubleshooting and service restoration.
Networx Security Services offers Anti Virus Management, Intrusion Detection and Prevention and other offerings to provide a complete data, voice and security solution and protect agencies against constantly evolving security threats.
If you need assistance or guidance, please contact your agency's Customer Support representatives.
|Service||Q2 FY17 (Jan.- Mar.)||Percentage of Overall business volume||Business Volume Growth FY17 vs. FY16|
|Network based IP VPN (NBIPVPN)||$680,134,813||47.1%||7.5%|
|Managed Network Services (MNS)||$201,397,855||13.9%||34.5%|
|Private Line Service (PLS)||$98,983,268||6.9%||3.5%|
|Toll Free Services (TFS)||$88,442,478||6.1%||-10.5%|
|Customer Specific Design and Engineering Services (CSDES)||$50,652,120||3.5%||20.1%|
|Internet Protocol Service (IPS)||$47,453,537||3.3%||3.0%|
|Call Center Services (CSS)||$47,808,860||3.3%||92.6%|
|Voice Services (VS)||$21,591,329||1.5%||-20.3%|
The shortcut to this page is gsa.gov/networx.