GSA jumps gun on Network Services RFI

Agency cancels notice for contract to support Networx, other procurements

Looks like the GSA jumped the gun on a sources sought notice that it released on Monday for a new Network Services Program Hosting Center.

An update that the agency made this afternoon states that the notice has been cancelled. 

The agency was originally conducting market research to find qualified, experienced sources to place the current Network Services Program Hosting Center. GSA was planning on assisting its current contract vehicles, including Networx Enterprise, Networx Universal, Connections II, and future contracts.

No word has been given on a future date, and the agency has simply said that another sources sought notice may be forthcoming in the near future.

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