ASRC Federal’s NetCentric Subsidiary Wins Spots on OASIS Small Business Pools 1, 3; Jennifer Felix Quoted

ASRC Federal’s NetCentric Subsidiary Wins Spots on OASIS Small Business Pools 1, 3; Jennifer Felix Quoted
Jennifer Felix President and CEO ASRC Federal

An ASRC Federal subsidiary has won positions on pools 1 and 3 of the General Services Administration’s One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services – Small Business contract vehicle.

ASRC Federal NetCentric will compete for task orders to provide agencies scientific, technical and professional services under the OASIS SB indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract’s first pool and engineering support services under the third pool, the company said Thursday.

“Our team is proud to have earned the opportunity to continue our partnership with the GSA which provides our customers greater access to our organization’s technical services,” said Jennifer Felix, president and CEO of ASRC Federal. “We look forward to expanding the reach of our offerings through OASIS and supporting the missions of our federal customers.”

ASRC Federal NetCentric provides software development, systems engineering, integration, network engineering, independent validation and verification support and security engineering services to federal agencies. Its clients include the State Department, U.S. Army and the Intelligence Community.

GSA issued an on-ramp solicitation for OASIS SB pools 1, 3 and 4 in last year and released the lists of apparent successful offerors for those three pools in late May.

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