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The GSA Networx is a set of government contracts for civilian telecommunication for the General Services Administration (GSA) in the United States. It consists of two programs - Networx Universal and Networx Enterprise to support the Trusted Internet Connection initiative by Office of Management and Budget.
Networx Universal is the large contract vehicle, and is expected to meet most of the governments requirements for telecommunications services. Its terms includes a 48-month base period plus three 24-month option periods. On March 29, 2007 three prime contractors were awarded on the Networx Universal contract: AT&T Government Solutions, Qwest Government Services, and Verizon Business Services. Although Sprint did submit a bid, it was not awarded any work under this contract.
Networx Enterprise is the smaller contract vehicle with a program ceiling of $20 billion.
- Agencies make headway in reducing Internet gateways
- Daniel Pulliam, GSA awards three companies Networx telecom contracts, GovernmentExecutive.com, March 29, 2007
- AT&T Government Solutions wins Networx Universal Contract from General Services Administration
- GSA Awards Qwest Part Of $20 Billion Networx Universal Contract
- Verizon Business Selected as a Prime Contractor for Networx Universal
- Networx overview by the U.S. General Services Administration