GSA working to expand scope of $50B Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract
The agency is updating EIS documentation to standardize wireless services, mobile security and the Internet of Things.
Why an outcomes-based approach offers a smarter path to network modernization
Timing is running out for agencies to transition their IT and telecom services. Defining the art of the possible, rather than replacing gear, offers a faster way to modernize.
The Daily Scoop Podcast: October 4, 2021
On the latest episode of The Daily Scoop Podcast, Francis Rose discusses the Supreme Court’s response to Oracle’s JEDI petition, how GSA is helping other agencies transition to the EIS contract and electronic record efforts at NARA.
EIS vendors ‘concerned’ some agencies won’t make 2022 deadline
GSA's Allen Hill told FedScoop vendors are "rightfully concerned" that some agencies might not fully transition their services off of expiring contracts to EIS by Sept. 30, 2022.
Let’s Talk About IT Ep. 21 — The looming deadline for the $50B EIS contract
GSA's Allen Hill joins the podcast to discuss what's in store for the EIS contract with almost exactly a year left for agencies to finish transitioning legacy services.
DOL ups its Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions task orders to 5 worth $887M
Awardee Verizon will develop a secure data and voice network at nearly 1,000 DOL locations.
EPA to resubmit disconnection orders for unnecessary services post-EIS
Now-defunct analog phone and digital subscriber lines still haven't been disconnected across the agency.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission on track to complete EIS transition by year end
The agency expects to complete the contract switchover nine months ahead of the federal deadline.
Why agencies should rethink network support for a hybrid workplace
Federal agencies need to reassess their network resiliency — and enterprise contracts — through a new lens as work-from-anywhere policies become more routine.
50% transition to EIS target remains elusive for agencies
Twelve of the 24 Chief Financial Officers Act agencies have achieved the 50% mark though.