As the new telecommunication and IT infrastructure procurement vehicle, EIS replaces 93 separate Networx, Regional Local Telecommunications Services (LSAs) and Washington Interagency Telecommunications System (WITS) contracts. It’s slated to offer telecom, IT and network services to agencies for 15 years, via a five-year base period and two five-year options. With a total potential ceiling of $50 billion, each of the ten awardees on the contract will get a guaranteed minimum of $75 million in revenue.
The move from Networx to EIS aligns with the push for IT Modernization in government and new innovative features are promising ease of use and affordability for agencies to make improvements. In this contract guide, we explore what’s to come for EIS and how the reliability and flexibility of this contract can help agencies better meet their unique mission requirements. Topics include:
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