John Hynes: TASC Aims to Help Agencies Meet Engineering Needs Through OASIS

John Hynes
John Hynes

TASC will compete for task orders to perform professional services under the General Services Administration’s potential 10-year OASIS contract vehicle, a win President and CEO John Hynes says allows the company to sustain its engineering and decision-support work in the federal space.

“With OASIS, we now look forward to continuing to provide the Air Force and other federal organizations with professional services that offer the technical, engineering and management depth needed to meet their mission requirements,” Hynes said Monday.

Hynes said TASC has held spots on other GSA schedules (Finance and Business Solutions, Professional Engineering Services and Mission-Integrated Business Integrated Services) since 1999 and the company has won nearly $1 billion worth of contracts under those schedules.

The company will compete to provide management consulting, program management and other professional services to federal agencies under the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services program.

TASC will be able to compete for task orders in all six work pools it bid for under the multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity vehicle, which has a base period of five years and an option to extend for another five years.

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