Apogee Lands Prime Contractor Spot on GSA OASIS Contract for DoD Services

Apogee Lands Prime Contractor Spot on GSA OASIS Contract for DoD Services

Apogee Engineering has been named a prime contractor for a contract with the General Services Administration for weapon systems engineering.

The company said Monday it will provide the Department of Defense with engineering services under the third small business pool of the GSA One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services contract.

Apogee has won a total of more than $310M in over 30 task orders under Pool 1 of the OASIS small business contract.

The new award allows the firm to continue providing services across space and missile defense efforts of the DoD.

Frank Varga, vice president of program operations at Apogee, said the firm’s OASIS Pool 3 expansion aims to provide weapon systems services to military organizations including Army Space and Missile Defense Command.

OASIS Pool 3 allows Apogee and other included contractors to bid on $150M worth of task orders.

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