GSA, Army make OASIS agreement official

The General Services Administration and the Army made it official Monday when they signed a memorandum of understanding for the Army to use the OASIS contract for their complex professional services projects.

The agreement applies to both the full-and-open OASIS vehicle and the vehicle reserved for small businesses.

The Army’s goal is to:

  • Reduce costs by lower the number contracts it must manage.
  • Reduce the time it takes to acquire complex professional services.
  • Gain a better understanding of what it is buying and how much it costs.
  • Get a better comparison of labor costs.

GSA earlier signed on the Air Force as a dedicated customer for OASIS. The contract is a large multiple award vehicle with nearly 200 companies and a $60 billion ceiling. The contract can be used for buying services such as management and consulting, engineering, logistics and financial services.

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