GSA plans contract for new network services program office

Comments due Nov. 5

The General Services Administration is looking to provide a new Network Services Program Hosting Center that helps facilitate government-wide telecommunications management activities for the agency’s Information Technology Services programs.

The agency is conducting market research to find qualified, experienced sources to replace the current Network Services Program Hosting Center, according to the sources sought notice.

Service are to include developing a Price Quote Application and configurable workflows on a hosted platform, the maintenance of existing automated processes currently providing analysis support for pre/post-award acquisition management; and technical, economic, price, cost and business analysis for various telecommunications acquisition programs, according to the notice.

The new center will assist the GSA’s current contract vehicles, including its Networx Enterprise, Networx Universal, WITS3, Connections II, and other contract modifications and future contracts.

Comments are due Nov. 5.

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