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Telecommunications: Agencies are Generally Following Sound Transition Planning Practices, and GSA is Taking Action to Resolve Challenges
Linda D. Koontz (au)
The General Services Admin. (GSA) is responsible for ensuring that federal agencies have access to the telecommunications needed to meet mission requirements. GSA’s current telecommunications program, called FTS2001, has contracts in place that will expire by June 2010. Thus, agencies face the difficult task of transitioning their services to a successor program, known as Networx. This report determines: (1) the extent to which agencies are following sound transition planning practices; and (2) the actions GSA is taking to identify and resolve common transition challenges affecting agencies. Includes recommendations. Charts and tables.
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