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ACT-IAC White Paper: EIS: Alternatives to Full Service Option

 

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Abstract

EIS: Alternatives to Full Service Option
Developed by the ACT-IAC Networks and Telecommunications Community of Interest
Date Released: September 25, 2018

Many Federal agencies have traditionally used GSA’s Full Service program to procure local telecommunications services. But since GSA announced plans to discontinue this service option, agencies must now determine the best path forward to continue to acquire and use these services in a “self-service” environment.  This paper describes the scope of services offered and the major functions provided under the Full Service model, then provides agencies with alternative solutions for these functions.  Also described are changes in contracting and operating procedures that agencies will need to consider as they transition away from the Full Service model.

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Document Date: 
Sep 25, 2018
 
Author (organization): 
ACT-IAC Networks and Telecommunications Community of Interest
 
Document type: 
White Paper
 
Interests: 
Gov Telecomm