GSA sets date for OASIS RFPs

The race is about to start for the $10 billion OASIS contract, as the General Services Administration has announced that the solicitation for the contract will be released July 24.

In a presoliciation notice, GSA said that the request for proposals for both the large business and the small business portions of the contract will come out. No word yet on when proposals will be due. That information will be in the final RFP.

The contract’s acronym stands for One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services, and is a contract that will be used for a broad range of professional services and related products and services.

Agencies will use the contract for work in the program management, management consulting, engineering, scientific, logistics and financial disciplines. The contract will have a five-year base, and a five-year option period. Click here for more details on the draft RFP.

Areas of expertise GSA expects bidders to bring to the contract include:

  • Communication
  • Compliance
  • Defense
  • Disaster
  • Energy
  • Environment
  • Financial
  • Health
  • Intelligence
  • Security
  • Transportation

The solicitation number for the small business contract is GS00Q-13-DR-0002. The full-and-open number is GS00Q-13-DR-0001.

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