Wireless Networks

The silver lining in GSA’s 2020 deadline to replace outdated TDM networks


Agencies must soon replace TDM technologies but will benefit from lower costs and greater agility using open, software-defined networks, says new report.

Navy, Marines seek tech to deal with spectrum squeeze


The Department of Navy and Marine Corps CIOs lobbied for new technologies to make the most of their wireless systems in an overcrowded and constrained spectrum environment.

OMB looks to save $230M in new governmentwide mobile policy


The Office of Management and Budget wants to get a better idea of how agencies buy mobile devices and services, and reduce duplicative and unnecessary contracts governmentwide.

6 priorities for building enterprise mobility in government


Government and private sector IT leaders met at FedScoop to discuss their top strategies for strengthening their mobile capabilities.

GSA looks to telecoms contract transition — and beyond


The final deadline for proposals on the General Services Administration's massive forthcoming telecom contract — Network Services 2020's Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions — is Monday, but the masterminds behind the vehicle are already looking further down the road at possible obstacles to a smooth transition by 2020 and the contract's eventual next iteration.