GSA Names Apparent Awardees on OASIS Unrestricted Pools 1, 3, 4

GSA Names Apparent Awardees on OASIS Unrestricted Pools 1, 3, 4
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The General Services Administration has released the lists of apparent awardees on unrestricted pools 1, 3 and 4 of the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services contract vehicle.

GSA issued an open season, on-ramp solicitation in July 2019 for the three pools under OASIS Unrestricted and a notice posted Monday says there are 42 companies selected for Pool 1, 40 vendors for Pool 3 and 41 offerors for Pool 4.

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

Pool 1 covers a wide range of professional services, including geophysical surveying and mapping services, administrative management and human resources consulting services. 

Pool 3 includes engineering and technical services for military and aerospace equipment and military weapons, marine engineering and naval architecture.

Pool 4 covers research and development support in biotechnology and nanotechnology, among other areas.

Click here to view the lists of apparent awardees on OASIS Unrestricted Pools 1, 3 and 4.

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