Integration Innovation, Inc. (i3) announced it was awarded a prime contract in one of the seven pools under the General Services Administration’s One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) small business contract. The multiple-award, Indefinite Delivery and Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) will provide government-wide professional services with a 10-year period of performance and a value of up to $60B.
The OASIS SB contract is divided into seven pools that include logistics, IT, engineering, financial management and scientific trades and services. i3 is one of 42 awardees in Pool 4, Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences.
In a statement announcing the awards, Tom Sharpe, federal acquisition service commissioner said, “We created OASIS SB to meet the growing demand for a hybrid, government-wide acquisition vehicle that maximizes opportunities for small businesses. We believe that the large pool of awardees will provide 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
GSA signed a memorandum of understanding with the Air Force, landing the first large commitment from a federal agency to use the OASIS SB contract vehicle. The MOU anticipates that the Air Force will obligate at least $500 million through OASIS in the first 18 months after GSA awards contracts.
Mike Wicks, i3’s Chief Executive Officer, commented, “We are very excited about this particular contract award. As i3 continues to expand its customer base and also grow its corporate capabilities by attracting top talent, the broad nature of the OASIS contract vehicle will allow us to provide a variety of professional services to our existing and new customers.”