ACT-IAC Forms Working Group to Support Government, Industry Transition to EIS Contract

The American Council for Technology-Industry Advisory Council has formed a working group to help federal agencies and contractors transition to the General Services Administration‘s new governmentwide acquisition vehicle for telecommunications services.

GSA awarded the potential 15-year, $50 billion Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract in August of last year as a replacement to Networx and at least 80 other federal telecommunications contracts.

ACT-IAC said Tuesday the EIS Transition Working Group will provide advice to agencies and vendors on efforts to migrate more than 8.7 million service instances to the new platform over a 28-month period.

The group is made-up of all 10 companies that won EIS contract spots, GSA, the Government Accountability Office  and the Office of Management and Budget.

The awardees are:

  • AT&T
  • BT Federal
  • CenturyLink
  • Core Technologies
  • Granite Telecommunications
  • Harris
  • Level 3 Communications
  • MetTel
  • MicroTech
  • Verizon

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