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GSA Announces Top 40 Phase 1 Offerors on OASIS Small Business Pool 1

Jeff Brody

The General Services Administration issued Friday the list of 40 Phase 1 awardees and apparent successful vendors for the first pool of the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services – Small Business contract vehicle.

GSA said in a notice published Friday the Phase 1 rolling awards were made under the on-ramp solicitation the agency issued in April for OASIS SB pools 1, 3 and 4.

Assessments for the remaining 150 awardees under OASIS SB Pool 1 are now underway and GSA expects to make the remaining award decisions in the second quarter of fiscal year 2020.

The final OASIS SB Pool 1 Phase 1 awardees are:

  • Aermor
  • Alutiiq Business Services
  • Analytical Services & Materials
  • Broadleaf
  • Chimera Enterprises International
  • Data Intelligence
  • Edgesource
  • Electrosoft Services
  • Envision Innovative Solutions
  • Federal Management Partners
  • GreenZone Solutions
  • Integrity Management Consulting
  • IronArch Technology
  • nouDyne
  • R & K Enterprise Solutions
  • S&K Engineering and Research
  • Strategic Alliance Business Group
  • Strategic Technology Institute
  • The McHenry Management Group
  • Tolliver Group
  • Total Solutions
  • USmax
  • Wittenberg Weiner Consulting

The apparent offerors in the list are still subject to pre-award accounting system evaluation or Small Business Administration approval of any changes to the mentor-protege joint venture agreement.

Click here to view the full list of companies.

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