Space and Missile Command Signs On for GSA’s OASIS

BudgetThe U.S. Air Force‘s Space and Missile Command has committed to using the General Services Administration‘s One Acquisition Solutions for Integrated Services program, FCW reported Monday.

Mark Rockwell writes AFSPC, the third Air Force operation to join the multiple award IDIQ, will substitute the OASIS small business set aside for its own SMC Technical Support program.

Systems engineering and technical assistance services at Los Angeles Air Force Base will have a value of $472 million over up to five years.

GSA put out the request for proposals for OASIS unrestricted contract and OASIS SB in late July, with the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center and Air Force Test and Evaluation Center signifying their intent to join the latter.

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