Mike Perez: WBB to Compete on GSA’s OASIS Small Business Vehicle

wbb-logoWBB will compete to provide professional services to federal agencies under the General Services Administration‘s One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services Small Business contract vehicle.

Mike Perez, WBB’s chief development officer, said Wednesday that the company will offer consulting, program management, financial, logistics, engineering and scientific services to federal agencies under OASIS SB.

The vehicle is intended for agencies to acquire services and gain credit on their small business contracting goals.

OASIS SB is worth up to $10 billion over 15 years for all awardees.

GSA created the vehicle to help agencies standardize labor categories and contract types at the task order level.

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