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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Need help? Our dedicated teams of Agency Managers (AMs) are prepared to assist agencies with Telecommunication and Network Service acquisition planning. We also have teams of Technology Service Managers (TSMs) which are prepared to assist agencies with Telecommunication and Network Service post acquisition operational efforts.
Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS)
Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) is the go-to contract for enterprise telecommunications and networking solutions.
Networx allows federal agencies to build seamless and secure operating environments through customized telecommunications services.
Satellite Communications (SATCOM)
SATCOM offers commercial satellite communications services help federal, state, local, and tribal governments maintain essential and secure communications where no wire line or wireless infrastructure exists.
Connections II offers secure telecommunications equipment, labor, services, and solutions for your federal infrastructure, building, or campus.
Enterprise Mobility offers a centralized source for wireless service plans, devices, and infrastructure support.
Local Telecommunications Services
Local Telecommunications Services provides federal agencies a full range of first mile/last mile telecommunications products, services, and solutions.
Federal Relay (FedRelay) provides telecommunications services to federal agencies and tribal governments to conduct official business with individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, or have speech disabilities.
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