ManTech International Wins GSA OASIS Contract

Daniel J. Keefe, ManTech International Corp.

Daniel J. Keefe, ManTech International Corp.

The General Services Administration announce Sept. 11 it has awarded ManTech International Corporation (ManTech) the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) contract. The task order contract has a five-year period of performance, a five-year option period, an additional five years of task order performance when applicable and no ceiling value.

“OASIS fills a large gap in the government-wide, multiple-award contract environment by providing a vehicle for complex and integrated professional services,” said Daniel J. Keefe, president and chief operating officer of ManTech’s Mission Solutions & Services Group. “It significantly strengthens ManTech’s position as one of the top professional services solution providers, enhancing our extensive portfolio of contract vehicles.”

ManTech won awards in all four of the pools it bid:

  • Pool 1: Engineering services, surveying and mapping services, testing and evaluation, physical distribution and logistics services, environmental services, management services, management consulting services, human resources consulting services, marketing consulting services, advertising and media services and all other professional, scientific and technical services
  • Pool 3: Engineering for military and aerospace equipment and military weapons, engineering for contracts and subcontracts for engineering services awarded under the National Energy Policy Act of 1992 and engineering for marine engineering and naval architecture
  • Pool 4: Research and development in biotechnology and research and development in the physical, engineering and life sciences (except biotechnology)
  • Pool 5B: Research and development in space vehicles and guided missiles, their propulsion units, their propulsion units’ parts and their auxiliary equipment and parts

WashingtonExec previously covered ManTech on Aug. 14 when it was awarded an $89.4 million contract to provide command, control and communications system field software engineering support to the U.S. Army’s Software Engineering Center.

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