Tom Sharpe: GSA Finalizes OASIS Contract Vehicle Awards; 74 Firms to Compete in Unrestricted Portion

Sharpe_ThomasThe General Services Administration has awarded 74 companies positions on the unrestricted portion of a government-wide professional services contract.

GSA developed the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services and small business counterpart OASIS SB to function as acquisition vehicles that give federal agencies an integrated tool to acquire professional services, GSA said Monday.

Click here to view the full list of awardees for the unrestricted portion.

“We know that our customers have been looking forward to these final awards, and it is clear that OASIS is already the solution of choice for many government agencies including the U.S. Air Force, which recently committed to using OASIS SB for all it’s professional services procurements, ” said Tom Sharpe, commissioner of GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service.

“OASIS and OASIS SB are the result of a two-year acquisition development process that involved not only the hard work and expertise of GSA’s OASIS team, ” Sharpe said.

OASIS has no program ceiling, a five-year base and one five-year option.

GSA announced the awardees for the OASIS SB in February and intends for that vehicle to work in conjunction with the agency’s Multiple Award Schedules program.

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