GSA Connections II
TWD is a subcontractor to AT&T for the GSA Connections II contract. The AT&T Connections II team has expertise in all areas covered under Connections II, with specialists from small and medium-sized businesses such as TWD. Together, we’re a force bolstered by a proven record of delivering not just innovation and vision, but practical solutions that re-engineer the way agencies operate today.
The GSA Connections II contract is for the use of all federal agencies, authorized federal contractors, agency-sponsored universities and laboratories, and -- as authorized by law or regulation -- state, local, and tribal governments, and other organizations.
The Connections II acquisition encompasses a broad range of solution focus areas. The four solution types detailed in the table below are provided to demonstrate the core capabilities of this contract, without limiting its scope. Combinations of any or all of the four solution types are possible and encouraged when proposing a solution to a task order opportunity. Connections II solutions include the ability to provide labor-only services, equipment-only purchases, as well as total agency solutions.
Connections II Solution Types
Communications and Networking
Planning and construction of communications networks together with sensors, servers, and storage to support and optimize resource management and the distribution of information to empower decision-makers. Includes equipment to support information distribution in a variety of forms such as voice, video, and data and between humans and machines.
Building/Campus Facility Preparation
All site preparation to support telecommunications distribution systems such as cabling and wiring, power systems, associated support structures and services, and incidental construction.
Operations, Administration, and Management (OA&M)
The functions needed to manage a complex communications network such as maintaining the system configuration, including an inventory of equipment and assignment of network addresses; tracking performance data such as adherence to SLAs and network capacity monitoring; diagnosing and repairing faults and maintaining a help desk; collecting accounting information for billing; maintaining secure network operation; and coordination of all these functions.
Customer Service and Technical Support
Provide support on behalf of an agency such as help desk, Website, and electronic bulletin board construction and maintenance; back office support such as billing, planning, and financial support, etc.
Note: For all solution types, the contractor may:
GSA Connections II Contract Information