GSA Releases Lists of Apparent Successful Offerors on OASIS Small Business Pools 1, 3, 4

The General Services Administration has unveiled the lists of apparent successful vendors for pools 1, 3 and 4 of the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services – Small Business contract vehicle.

GSA issued an on-ramp solicitation in April 2019 for OASIS SB pools 1, 3 and 4 and the three notices published Tuesday say there are 84 companies selected for the third phase of Pool 1, 163 awardees for Pool 3 and 64 companies for Pool 4.

GSA awarded the initial and second phases for the first pool of OASIS SB on a rolling basis. The list of 40 Phase 1 Pool 1 offerors was released in November last year, while the top 82 Phase 2 Pool 1 vendors were announced in February.

OASIS SB is a family of seven governmentwide multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity task order contracts or “pools” aimed at providing services to all federal agencies to help meet their professional service mission requirements. The contract vehicle’s scope includes communication, defense, health, security, transportation, compliance, environment, energy, disaster, financial and intelligence.

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