The General Services Administration will issue a request for proposals for its much-awaited One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) contract on July 24, according to the pre-solicitation notice.
OASIS is a 10-year, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract on which agencies across government can purchase professional services such as engineering, scientific and logistics services.
The contract will be worth up to $12 billion, according to market research firm Deltek.
GSA will select qualified providers so that customer agencies can save time in choosing a professional services vendor.
In a May interview, GSA administrator Dan Tangherlini said the OASIS contract is a large part of the agency’s effort to expand its business.
“OASIS is a way of responding to customer concerns and complaints and saying, ‘Look, there’s got to be a faster, more comprehensive way to deliver multi-part service-oriented results for agencies,’ ” he said.