One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) Pool 2

Fedmarket's OASIS Proposals Services Reduce Proposal Writing Costs and Ensures Compliance.

Fedmarket offers full-service proposal writing for OASIS, or you have the option of purchasing the OASIS model proposal and preparing the proposal on your own. The model includes detailed instructions, and model text to assist you in completing your proposal.

Either option will save days of proposal writing time. Not to mention the proposal writer migraines' caused by an overly complex solicitation.

In addition OASIS proposal writing is a complex file manipulation effort requiring great care to ensure full compliance. Our experience is that GSA will use any small non-compliance reason to reject your proposal to reduce the enormity of evaluating hundreds of proposal.

Fedmarket's OASIS Proposal services give companies a head start in preparing the proposal. Setting up the proposal volumes required by GSA can take several days of an experienced proposal writer's time.

Interested in Other Current Bid Opportunities? Click here for other bid opportunities.


RFP DescriptionOpen Season On-Ramp for OASIS Pool 2
TitleOne Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS). OASIS is a Multiple Award (MA), Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ)
Solicitation #GS00Q-13-DR-0001
Due DateSeptember 11, 2018
Contract TypeOASIS is a family of Multiple Award, Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (MA-IDIQ) task order contracts for Government- wide professional service based requirements which is available for use by all Federal agencies and other entities as listed in the current General Services Administration (GSA) Order, OGP 4800.2I, Eligibility to use GSA Sources of Supply and Services.
Issuing AgencyGeneral Services Administration
Bidding TracksFull and Open Competition
AwardsThis open season on-ramp intends to add 15 more contractors to the existing OASIS Pool 2
Contract PeriodThe period of performance term for any new awards is coterminous with the existing term for all other Contractors Immediately upon on-ramping, the Contractor is eligible to submit a proposal in response to any task order solicitation and receive task order awards with the same rights and obligations as any other Contractor.
Max Contract CeilingThere is no maximum dollar ceiling for OASIS.
NAICS CodesAll NAICS Codes associated to Pool 2 are grouped under the small business size standard of $20.5M
541211 - Offices of Certified Public Accountants
541213 - Tax Preparation Services
541214 - Payroll Services
541219 - Other Accounting Services
541720 - Research and Development in the Social Sciences and Humanities
Specific RFP Qualification RequirementsTo be eligible to compete for Pool 2, the Offeror must identify any three (3) projects that have One (1) of the NAICS Codes (listed above) or PSC Codes assigned to them.

For past performance any of these are acceptable - PPIRS/CPARs report, Award Fee Determination report, or Past Performance Survey

Systems, Certifications, And Clearances - not required at time of bid but will add to your overall score

Performance AreasFinancial Management Services includes the planning, directing, monitoring, organizing and controlling of the monetary resources of an organization.
Proposal VolumesVolume 1 – General
Volume 2 – Responsibility
Volume 3 – Relevant Experience for Primary and Secondary Projects
Volume 4 – Past Performance
Volume 5 – Systems, Certifications, and Clearances
Volume 6 – Cost/Price
Evaluation Process(a) The OASIS evaluation team will perform a two-step screening process for all offers received. First, the team will verify that a support document exists for all the evaluation criteria in accordance with the Offeror’s proposal checklist submitted in accordance with Section J.4., Attachment (4) and compare it to the Offeror’s Self Scoring Worksheet submitted in accordance with Section J.5.1. Attachment (5A). Any discrepancies will be treated as clarifications.
(b) Once the screening process is complete, the OASIS SB evaluation team will assign a preliminary score in accordance with the evaluation methodology set forth in Section M.
(c) Once the preliminary scoring is complete for all offers, the OASIS evaluation team will sort the offers by highest score to lowest score.
(d) The OASIS evaluation team will then verify and validate that the Top 15 awards for OASIS Pool 2 have successfully passed all of the acceptability review requirements in Section M.4. of the solicitation.

 
OASIS On Ramp for Pool 2

select your desired product
OASIS Full-Service Proposal Prep$3,600
OASIS Model Proposal $1,800
feedback