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1 U.S. General Services Administration Networx Overview Richard Williams Director, Service Development Network Services Programs Integrated Technology Services General Services Administration May 2012 U.S. General Services Administration. Federal Acquisition Service. Networx Overview Richard Williams Director, Service Development Network Services Programs Integrated Technology Services General Services Administration May 2012

2 Federal Telecom. Service FTS2000FTS2001 NS2020 Networx Strategy Requirements DRFP RFP Award Transition Development Federal Telecommunications History – search for quality services at low costs Key Elements Aggregated demand = highly competitive prices/services that meet Agency needs Each program – had unique strategy / lessons learned from past programs Program strategy formation – many stakeholders / takes time to develop Network Telecommunications Services Background

3 3 Networx Program Provides highly competitive pricing: Voice Services Data Services Video Services IP-related Services from the major telecom companies in the United States, with national and international coverage

4 4 Networx - Benefits Alternative Sources High Quality Service Performance Based Contracts Competitively Priced Services Solution Path for Government Directives Operations support Successor to FTS2001 Program

5 5 Networx Solutions Fixed Prices App, Mgmt, Security Svcs Network Infrastructure Solution Flexibility Agency Requirements Embedded Security Network Cloud based applications Transport | Access Wide range of options Metrics/SLAs Legacy and leading edge technologies Includes wireline, IP, optical, wireless, and satellite Full range of network security options (8 services) Traditional and web-based apps (13 services) Predictable Prices Best available pricing Ease of use Flexibility for agency- specific needs Service Continuity 10 year pricing Competitively Awarded Prices Simple buys (CLIN-based) Complex task orders Traditional, managed, custom solutions Networx - Flexibility Agencies Wanted

6 Alternative Sources Dual Acquisition - Eight Contracts 6

7 7 AT&T MCI (Verizon) CenturyLink AT&T Sprint CenturyLinkAT&T Networx Universal Networx Enterprise Level 3 Networx - 10 Year Acquisition Program Two Separate Multiple Awards Five Service Providers

8 8 Universal and Enterprise Services Communications Transport Voice Circuit Switched Data Toll-Free Frame Relay Asynchronous Transfer Mode Private Line Combined Ethernet Land Mobile Radio Mobile Satellite Fixed Satellite Unique to Universal Unique to Enterprise Universal Contractors Qwest AT&T MCI/Verizon Enterprise Contractors Qwest AT&T MCI/Verizon Sprint Level 3 IP-Based Internet Protocol Content Delivery Network Premises-Based IP VPN Converged IP Layer 2 VPN IP Telephony IP Video Transport Network-Based IP VPN Voice over IP Transport Optical Synchronous Optical Network Optical Wavelength Dark Fiber Telecommunications Services Managed Firewall Vulnerability Scanning Managed E- Authentication Audio Conferencing Web Conferencing Call Center/Customer Contact Center Teleworking Solutions Broadband Access Wireline Access Wireless Access Satellite Access Dedicated Hosting Collocated Hosting Video Teleconferencing Storage Unified Messaging Management and Application Services Internet Facsimile Managed Network Customer Specific Design & Engineering Collaboration Support Security Services Intrusion Detection & Prevention Managed Tiered Security Protocol Anti-Virus Management Incident Response Secure Managed Wireless Services Cellular/Personal Communications Cellular Digital Packet Data Multimode Wireless LAN Paging Special Services Access Services

9 9 Networx Universal (Defined 36 Services) Awarded: March 29, 2007 AT&T Corporation MCI Communications Services, Inc. d/b/a Verizon Business CenturyLink Average services per contractor – 41 Required Geographical Coverage CONUS - At least to 24,000 Gov. buildings & associated Serving Wire Centers OCONUS and Inter-national coverage Strong competition for best prices Compared to other contracts, similar service pricing levels are lower Length: four year base w/ three 2-year options – March 2017

10 10 Networx – Enterprise (Defined 50 Services) Awarded: May 31, 2007 AT&T Corporation MCI Communications Services, Inc. d/b/a Verizon Business CenturyLink Sprint Level 3 Average services per contractor – 31 Required Geographical Coverage CONUS - At least to 300 Gov. buildings and associated Serving Wire Centers OCONUS and Inter-national coverage optional Strong competition for best prices Compared to other contracts, similar service pricing levels are lower Length: four year base w/ three 2-year options – May 2017

11 11 Secure Managed Service Managed E-Authentication Service Intrusion Detection & Prevention Service Vulnerability Scanning Service Anti-Virus Management Service Managed Firewall Service Incident Response Service Managed Trusted Internet Protocol Service Networx Security Services

12 High Quality ServiceHigh Quality Service Transformative TechnologyTransformative Technology 12

13 13 Networx – Roadmap Local Services Long Distance Internet IPv4 Network ATM Network Private Lines Optical Layer IPv6 Layer Voice Data Video Applications Storage Citizen Service Agency Services VPNs

14 14 Network Services Growth FTS2001 Networx

15 NBIP-VPNS – A Cloud Service Key Points Provides secure, reliable, private data transport between geographically dispersed locations. Facilitates OMB compliance to IPV6 backbones Managed Solution shifts Capital and Operational Expenditures to the contractor. 15 Agency Mobile & Remote Users Networx IP / MPLS Backbone High Speed Cable, DSL VPN2 Agency IPSec SSL Ethernet VS (56K), ISDN (64K, 128K) VPN1 IP Packets MPLS Packets

16 NBIP-VPNS – Contract Coverage 16 AT&T, MCI/Verizon, CenturyLink support NBIP-VPNS to CONUS, OCONUS, and many non-domestic locations

17 17 Shared Hosting Virtual storage Shared applications On-demand provisioning Pay-as-you go pricing IT assets off-premise Dedicated Hosting* Management of servers, operating system, middleware for a variety of hardware platforms Performance management Restoration and backup IT assets off-premise * Application Hosting (optional feature) Collocated Hosting 24/7 secure Internet data center Internet connectivity Flexible bandwidth Basic maintenance and support IT assets are on & off-premise Self-Hosting Power, space, and bandwidth managed internally Secured facility In-house technical support IT assets on-premise Level of Virtualization HighLow High Resilience on 3 rd Party Vendors Ability to Scale and Provision Computing Power Dynamically Public & Private Cloud Computi ng Networx Hosted Solutions Private Data Center Networx also Offers Managed Cloud Computing Solutions

18 Performance Based Contracts 18

19 19 Key Performance Indicators – measure service performance 1. Availability - Av 2. Time to Restore - TTR 3. Grade of Service - GOS 4. Bit Error Rate - BER 5. Latency 6. Jitter 7. Event Notification - EN 8. Response Time - RT KPIs

20 20 Telecommunications Services Communications Transport – Voice – Circuit Switched Data – Toll-Free – Combined – Private Line – Frame Relay – Asynchronous Transfer Mode – Ethernet IP-Based – Premises-Based IP VPN – Network-Based IP VPN – Voice Over IP Transport – IP Telephony – Internet Protocol Optical – Synchronous Optical Network – Optical Wavelength Management & Applications Services – Dedicated Hosting Access Services – Wireline Access (Enterprise Only) Telecommunications Services Communications Transport – Voice – Circuit Switched Data – Toll-Free – Combined – Private Line – Frame Relay – Asynchronous Transfer Mode – Ethernet IP-Based – Premises-Based IP VPN – Network-Based IP VPN – Voice Over IP Transport – IP Telephony – Internet Protocol Optical – Synchronous Optical Network – Optical Wavelength Management & Applications Services – Dedicated Hosting Access Services – Wireline Access (Enterprise Only) Service-specific SLAs Aggregated-based Avail. (SDP-to-SDP) = 99.9% Latency (CONUS) = 70 ms Latency (OCONUS) = 150 ms Service-independent SLAs Incident-based 1. TTR (W/O Dispatch) < 4 hr 1A. TTR (With Dispatch) < 8 hr 2. Service Outage 3. On-Time Provisioning Contract-wide Billing Accuracy KPIs Avail. (SDP-to-SDP) Latency TTR Universal contractors: - 16 Service-specific SLAs - 4 Service-independent SLAs Service Level Agreements Ensure Performance

21 Competitively Priced Services Networx prices are typically 10% to 40% lower than FTS2001 prices, depending on service and contractor 21

22 22 Networx vs. FTS2001 Pricing Trends

23 23 Average FTS2001/Crossover Average Networx Universal Overall Common Legacy Services (VS, TFS, DAA, PLS, FRS, ATMS, and IPS) Networx vs. FTS2001 Pricing Trends

24 24 Average FTS2001/Crossover Average Networx Universal Networx vs. FTS2001 Pricing Trends

25 Networx Pricing Tool Benefits Price an entire network inventory Price individual services Compare prices between contracts within an acquisition Available through Pricing Tool Ten year pricing trends Key Performance Indicator (KPI) comparisons Un-redacted contracts Pricer Training & Service Guides Public Pricer URL: https://releasedprices.networx.gov/https://releasedprices.networx.gov/ Networx Agency Pricer: https://pricer.networx.gov/https://pricer.networx.gov/ 25

26 26 Vendor A Vendor B Vendor C Pricer Networx – Pricing Information Access

27 27 Network Billing and Inventory Management

28 Solution Pathfor Government Directives Solution Path for Government Directives 28

29 29 Networx – IPv6 Implementation Networx Contracts Section C : The Networx contractor shall ensure that services delivered support Federal Agencies as required to comply with OMB IPv6 directives. IPv6 requirements apply to all Networx IP-based services Agencies ordering services will not be charged for IPv6 support Some charges for equipment/software upgrades should apply Professional services for IPv6 migration strategy are available –Managed Network Services (MNS) –Customer Specific Design and Engineering Services (CSDES) Ordering Service: Notate Service Order for IPv6 requirement. No CLIN identifier required, hence no charge

30 30 Managed Trusted Internet Protocol Service (MTIPS) GSA/DHS MTIPS supports OMBs Trusted Internet Connection (TIC) Initiative Each contractor built 2 Fully Redundant Domestic MTIPS Portals All Portals are certified by DHS for initial & ongoing compliance with the TIC Initiative Each Portal functions as an OMB approved Multi-Agency TICAP Agencies order a single CLIN for an MTIPS Port, includes: Access to External Networks (i.e., Public Internet, Business Partner Networks) Passive monitoring of traffic by contractors hosted Einstein Enclave Security Operations Center (SOC) that monitors and filters Government traffic flows (TIC Portal) Over thirty-five Agencies have ordered MTIPS service

31 31 ( SEDs) TIC Portal US-CERT Operations Tier 1 ISP ISP ISP ISP ISP ISP ISP ISP ISP ISP ExternalNetworkExternalNetwork Agency Enterprise WAN & Users Agency Enterprise WAN & Users Access MTIPS Transport Insulates Agencys internal network from the Internet and other external networks Goal: reduce external Internet connections, enhance security Managed Trusted Internet Protocol Service (MTIPS)

32 32 Services under Networx during NS/EP events conform to: Utilizing the NCS Government Emergency Telecommunications Service (GETS) Utilizing the NCS Wireless Priority Service (WPS) Utilizing the NCS Telecommunications Electric Service Priority (TESP) Complying with the Telecommunications Service Priority (TSP) Protecting SS7 Signaling system and Satellite Command Links Networx NCS NS/EP Requirements

33 33 Networx - Benefits Alternative Sources High Quality Service Performance Based Contracts Best Priced Services Solution Path for Government Directives Operations support Successor to FTS2001 Program

34 Thank You For Your InterestThank You For Your Interest 34


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