GSA Releases Presolicitation for OASIS SB Contract Vehicle Open Season

GSAThe General Services Administration has issued a presolicitation notice that aims to add 31 contractors to a pool of nine awardees under a professional services procurement contract vehicle.

A notice posted Monday on FedBizOpps says the move will re-open a previous procurement action for the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services Small Business contract vehicle that intends to provide professional services to federal agencies.

GSA opened the OASIS SB vehicle for business in June 2014 as a means for federal agencies to acquire professional services.

The notice said the open-season, on-ramp solicitation requires the awards to be based upon the same evaluation factors and subfactors and the terms and conditions of resulting awards will be “materially identical” to the current version of the OASIS SB pool.

GSA also plans to hold a virtual Industry Day in November to provide webinar instructions to interested contractors.

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