Telecommunications and Network Services
We offer cost-effective solutions for your agency's communications infrastructure and service needs. We manage voice and data systems for agencies in most government-owned and leased buildings in our four-state region of Arizona, California, Hawaii and Nevada as well as local services in Guam and Saipan. Offerings include:
- Access services
- Managed network services
- Network applications
- Satellite services and applications
- Telecommunications services
- Wireless and mobile
- Accessible telecommunications
End-to-End Solutions Contracts
Networx allows agencies to build seamless, secure operating environments through customized telecommunications services. The transition to Networx from the former FTS2001 contract for participating agencies in our region is 100% complete. Networx can expand and add more services through the life of the contract.
Connections II offers secure telecommunications equipment, labor, services and solutions for your federal infrastructure, building or campus.
The Future COMSATCOM Services Acquisition (FCSA) provides satellite bandwidth and subscription services through IT Schedule 70.
Custom SATCOM Solutions (CS2) that include service-enabling components and engineering services are now available.
FedRelay provides telecommunications services to allow individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, or have speech disabilities to conduct official business with and within the Federal Government.
Telecommunications Expense Management Services (TEMS) provide wireless service inventory management, invoice management, and audit and rate plan optimization.
We provide a range of services that help the government conduct business on the web:
- .GOV domain name registration at dotgov.gov
- Information about government cloud acquisition at Info.Apps.Gov
- Free hosted site search at USASearch
Commercial Telecommunications Products and Services Contracts
IT Schedule 70 features more than 5000 industry partners offering a wide range of commercial telecommunications products and services.
State, local and tribal governments can use the Cooperative Purchasing Program to buy from IT Schedule 70.
Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) Transition
By September 30, 2012, agencies must update their public IT networks to IPv6 for enhanced security and authentication.
Emergency Support Functions
GSA performs Emergency Support Functions (ESF-2: Telecommunications and NCS) and provides Continuity of Operations and support to FEMA during local, regional, and national disasters.