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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.[1]

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:[2] AT&T Government Solutions,[3] Qwest Government Services,[4] and Verizon Business Services.[5] Although Sprint did submit a bid, it was not awarded any work under this contract.[2]

Networx Enterprise is the smaller contract vehicle with a program ceiling of $20 billion.


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