OASIS program manager Jim Ghiloni said one committed customer — the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center — may spend upwards of $500 million a year through the GSA contract. (Mike Morones/Staff)
The General Services Administration on Wednesday issued the final request for proposals for its One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) contract.
GSA released two RFPs to industry — one for OASIS and the other for the small-business version of OASIS. The 10-year indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract will include professional services such as financial management and engineering, scientific and logistics services.
OASIS does not have a ceiling value, according to the solicitation posted on FedBizOpps.gov. Proposals are due Sept. 17.
“If there is as much demand as we’re hearing, this [OASIS] could take off, and I don’t want to have to redo it in four years because we didn’t anticipate success,” Jim Ghiloni, director of the OASIS program management office, said in an interview last month.
GSA incorporated feedback from one-on-one sessions with more than 100 companies before finalizing the RFP, the agency said in a news release.
Customer demand is growing for OASIS, and at least one defense organization has already committed to using it.
The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center plans to use GSA’s One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) contract, specifically the small business version of OASIS, Ghiloni said. He expects the Air Force center to spend upwards of $500 million a year through the GSA contract, but sequester budget cuts could affect spending.