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Renamed $48B GSA Tech Contract Advances Development Stage

The General Services Administration renamed its potential $48 billion Integrations contract to One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services, Federal News Radio reports.

Agencies will use the OASIS vehicle to buy professional and technology support services, including hardware and software.

GSA said the multiple-award OASIS contract is advancing to the next development phase.

FAS Commissioner Steve Kempf told Federal News Radio the agency plans to hold webinars with contractors and host listening sessions with the agency’s OASIS team.

Federal Acquisition Service regions seven and 10 will work with other FAS program areas to deliver the contract to government customers.

The agency anticipates posting the business case on the Office of Management and Budget‘s MAX website, according to Federal News Radio.

FAS will also establish a customer working group to address the procurement needs of OASIS customers.

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