E3/Sentinel Wins Air Force Facility Support Order Under OASIS Vehicle

Jeff Brody

E3/Sentinel has received a five-year task order under the General Services Administration's One Acquisition Solutions for Integrated Services contract to support civil engineering work at two U.S. Air Force installations.

The company said Thursday it will support the 21st Civil Engineering Squadron in planning and programming activities for military construction and facility sustainment projects.

Suppor work will take place at Peterson AF Base and Cheyenne Mountain AF Station.

Marty Mackes, chief delivery officer at E3/Sentinel, said the company plans to introduce approaches developed in previous efforts with the departments of Defense and Homeland Security to support USAF.

GSA awarded the firm-fixed price order via the unrestricted Pool 1 track of the OASIS procurement vehicle.

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