Information technology company USfalcon on Monday withdrew its protest of the General Services Administration’s One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) request for proposal, removing one hurdle to awarding the contract.
GSA spokeswoman Jackeline Stewart did not identify the reason for the withdrawal but said that feedback from companies such as USfalcon will help ensure that OASIS will meet the needs of agency clients. The agency released the RFP July 31, and proposals are due Sept. 17.
“The resolution of this protest in a timely, professional and amicable manner by GSA and USfalcon saved taxpayer dollars and resources,” Stewart said.
The 10-year indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract is estimated to be worth $60 billion. It will include professional services such as financial management and engineering, scientific and logistics services.
The market for all the services offered through OASIS adds up to about $60 billion per year, according to research firm Deltek. The company estimates GSA may capture between 5 percent and 10 percent of the market — up to $6 billion a year.
OASIS still has another pending protest from consulting firm Aljucar, Anvil-Incus, and Company.