The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has awarded Dynetics a contract in the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) Small Business (SB) Pool 6.
OASIS and OASIS SB are government wide contracts designed to address complex integrated services requirements spanning multiple professional disciplines. OASIS provides the flexibility for all contract types and provides access to open market materials/other direct costs (ODCs). Under Pool 6, Dynetics will provide professional engineering services consisting predominantly of aircraft research and development.
"OASIS aligns perfectly with Dynetics' core strengths in engineering, prototyping, and research and development while also supporting a broad range of other services we provide, including program management, management consulting, logistics and other scientific services," said David King, Dynetics' president. "We specialize in the full product life cycle - analysis, systems engineering, design, development, test, prototyping and fabrication - for several types of industries. As a mid-tier company, we have the strength and agility to meet our customers' needs."
OASIS SB is a government-wide multiple award, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (MA-IDIQ) task ordering contract intended to meet the professional service mission requirements of all federal agencies, including all organizations with the Department of Defense (DoD), the National Security Community and NASA. Initial contract terms are for five years, with a five-year option and task orders up to five years in duration. OASIS is estimated to provide government agencies with up to $60 billion in professional services over its 10- to 15- year period of performance.
"We created OASIS SB to meet the growing demand for a hybrid, government-wide acquisition vehicle that maximizes opportunities for small businesses," Federal Acquisition Service Commissioner Tom Sharpe said in the GSA announcement. "We believe that the large pool of awardees will provide the government with access to highly skilled small businesses through a contract that is not only cost effective, but also efficient and streamlined for easier use by federal agencies looking to purchase complex professional services."