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GSA Releases Details for OASIS Multiple Award Contract

GSAThe General Services Administration has released the final request for proposals for both the full and open and small businesses $60 billion One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services multiple award contracts, Federal News Radio reports Thursday.

Jason Miller writes that the GSA expects to make 20 to 40 awards for each of the following areas: program management, consulting management, scientific, engineering, logistic, ancillary support and financial management services.

Tom Sharpe, GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service commissioner said the agency expects OASIS to fill the need for a “hybrid, governmentwide acquisition vehicle that has great potential to reduce the number of full-and-open procurements across government and drive extraneous costs out of the acquisition process.”

GSA said that OASIS contracts will have a five-year base with one five-year option and no ceilings. Agencies under the OASIS will be charged a .75 percent fee.

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