Meet the Networx

The General Services Administration held a conference this month to inform vendors about the Federal Technology Service Networx contract.

The $10 billion governmentwide telecommunications and network services program will replace the government's current FTS 2001 contract for telecom services that expires in 2006.

Officials at the event included, from left, Robert Woods, chairman of the Industry Advisory Council; Sandra Bates, commissioner of GSA; and John Johnson, assistant commissioner of GSA.
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Other GSA attendees included Tom Dryer, congressional relations officer; James Williams, deputy commissoner; and Mary Davie, deputy assistant commissioner.

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