Early in 2020, as a pandemic prepared to wreak havoc across the United States, HHS was a major part of the equation in dealing with an environment almost no one really imagined: large-scale telework.
The Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions Program (EIS) transition is underway at the General Services Administration. In fact, the acting deputy assistant commissioner in the Federal Acquisition Service said it’s “like a locomotive that you throw coal on and it gets faster.”
In today’s Federal Newscast, National Archives and Records Administration employees have spent the pandemic making Black history records more accessible to the public.
The General Services Administration says it’s creating more visibility into the transition to the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) program through meetings with deputy secretaries, letters to agency CIOs and agency transition managers and briefings with smaller agencies.
Even though agencies now have three more years to make the transition, now is the time they should be laying the groundwork for what they want future networks to do, and be.
When it comes to gathering data, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is one of the most network-intensive agencies you’ll find.
ACT-IAC released a new case study highlighting best practices and lessons learned for agencies as they implement the technologies under the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contract.
CenturyLink, Verizon and Granite Telecommunications submitted protests to the Government Accountability Office over task orders under the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) program.
Agencies expected to award 58 task orders under the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contract by March 31, but instead awarded 10, putting the $50 billion program on a path similar to the last telecommunications transition debacle.
Five of the nine EIS vendors raised concerns about the delays in releasing task orders under EIS, about what the solicitations are asking for and the quality of the requirements detailed in the documents saying the transition is taking on too much of a Networx-like flavor.