GSA Eyes “˜On-Ramp' Solicitation for OASIS Small Business IDIQ's Six Subpools

GSA Eyes “˜On-Ramp' Solicitation for OASIS Small Business IDIQ's Six Subpools - top government contractors - best government contracting event

The General Services Administration has announced plans to issue a solicitation as an on-ramp for the six subpools of the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services Small Business contract vehicle.

GSA's Federal Acquisition Service said in a presolicitation notice published Friday that it expects to award 30 contracts for subpool 1, 20 contracts for subpool 3 and eight each for subpools 2, 4, 5B and 6 of the OASIS SB indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

The agency plans to launch the on-ramp process for the six subpools to help agencies meet their professional services requirements across communications, compliance, defense, environment, health, financial, environment, disaster, intelligence, transportation and security areas.

Contract work will occur through Dec. 19, 2024 and task orders may extend to up to five years once the OASIS SB vehicle's term expires.

GSA plans to issue the final request for proposals by Feb. 8, according to the notice.
 

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