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DHS joins GSA OASIS program

The Homeland Security Department has hopped on board the General Services Administration’s $60 billion OASIS contracts, according to FCW.

The agency has already been using OASIS for its Technical, Acquisition and Business Support Services department.

OASIS program director at GSA, Jim Ghiloni, told FCW that he expects around $250 million annually from the Homeland Security Department under the OASIS memorandum it signed.

DHS joins the Army and Air Force with pledges to use OASIS for its professional services needs.

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