Once GSA approved the novation, all duties related to the contracts, known as OASIS, were transferred to E3/Sentinel. It’s a multiple award, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract vehicle identified as a Best in Class solution by the Office of Management and Budget. This means the contract can be leveraged governmentwide, allowing other federal agencies to procure integrated professional services.
For E3/Sentinel, a NewSpring Holdings platform company, the acquisition extends its footprint into the unrestricted space, so it can deliver program management, technical and engineering solutions to federal customers in markets ranging from civilian to defense to intelligence.
“We recognized it was a major investment to build out our infrastructure in preparation for this acquisition,” E3/Sentinel President Everett Johnson said. “However, our focus was to expand opportunities to serve new and existing federal customers as program management, technical, and engineering experts.”
Plus, E3/Sentinel’s novation of OASIS allows the company to continue supporting its existing Homeland Security customers under the Technical Acquisition and Business Support Services vehicle. The company is a prime contractor for TABSS.