|Period of Performance:
||July 31, 2017 - July 30, 2022
||All Federal Agencies
||Customer Support at (844) 390-4EIS (or 4347)
||EIS Portal | GSA EIS Portal
The Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract is an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Agency Contract (MAC) — the successor to Networx — that makes it easier for agencies to acquire telecommunications and IT infrastructure services. L3Harris is the first system integrator to be selected for this series of IDIQs for IT services. EIS has a broad scope and includes a wide range of pre‐defined, commonly‐procured items to enable one‐stop shopping. This means that agencies will no longer need to split their enterprise requirements across multiple procurements. EIS has a base period of five years and two five year options for a total of fifteen contract years, and a $50B ceiling. EIS is a multiple award/indefinite delivery indefinite quantity, solution-based contract, providing services by means of task orders with specifically defined scopes, deliverable products and schedules.
Agencies benefit from an improved fair opportunity process in which they establish task orders. Task orders may contain Agency-unique CLINs in order to efficiently support complex or Agency-unique specifications without the need to modify the master contract. The envisioned custom task order process is a significant change from Networx that is anticipated to accelerate and simplify the ordering process.
EIS offers pre-defined CLINs for common items to permit apples-to‐apples comparisons. Given the expected use of customized task orders, EIS will also have far fewer pre-defined CLINs than Networx, with the primary focus being on common, commodity-like services. Commercial standards and commercial offerings will be used wherever possible because it is expected that the services provided via EIS will be mostly, though not entirely, commercial in nature.