31 Small Businesses Added to GSA OASIS Contract Vehicle

The General Services Administration has awarded 31 companies spots on the small-business portion of the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services contract vehicle.

GSA said Friday the latest addition completes the first “on ramp” for the OASIS SB Pool 2 contract and brings the total number of small-business participants to 161.

Work under pool 2 of OASIS SB encompasses accounting, tax preparation, payroll and research and development work in the social sciences and humanities.

GSA initially named 75 winners on the contract’s unrestricted portion and another 130 small businesses prior to the agency’s on-ramping process.

The agency launched the OASIS procurement vehicle in 2014 to help federal customers buy commercial and non-commercial services, such as program management, management consulting, logistics, engineering, scientific and financial services.

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