In an effort to increase competition, One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) has made a series of on-ramps to add new awardees to their Unrestricted and Small Business suites of contract vehicles. Using our advanced analytics, we’ve determined that the OASIS requirements are far too demanding to effectively propagate competition. Using the qualifications specified, Capture2 defined exactly how many eligible vendors there are for each Pool and the results were shockingly scarce. Facing this challenge, Capture2 discusses what can be done to increase competition for companies that do not qualify for OASIS. Beyond the GSA’s OASIS website recommendations, Capture2 industry experts have compiled a list of actions your company can take to establish a realistic set of requirements for the OASIS on-ramps and create a healthy, competitive environment.
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The 7 MA-IDIQ contract vehicles (referred to as “pools” within OASIS), as well as those currently open, and those anticipated to open this year
The 6 main Contractor eligibility requirements
Results from the Capture2 competition analysis of each pool
Year over year analysis of vendors, contracts, opportunities by bid grouping, and average annual value for OASIS-eligible opportunities
Recommendations on how to proceed, questions to ask the contracting officer, and tips to make yourself a strong competitor