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Networx on Slow Roll
Monday - 10/20/2008, 7:36am EDT
Krumbholz says hopes once more agencies make their decision on who will be their vendor, the transition process will move a lot faster.
The next deadline for agencies is April 2010 when they have to have their transition orders finished. If they don't finish by then, GSA will not pay for the agency's transition to the new contract.
Each host or computer on the Internet requires an Internet Protocol address in order to communicate. The growth of the Internet has created a need for more addresses than are possible with the current system, IPv4. Federal News Radio follows the government's implementation of IPv6.