The OASIS Team has sent an email announcing the release of the final Request for Proposals (RFP’s) for OASIS and OASIS Small Business. The RFP’s have officially been posted in FedBizOpps (FBO) and both postings contain the SF33 award document, a copy of the solicitation and 10 attachments. The attachments for both RFP’s include templates for pricing and past project experiences, self-scoring worksheets, pre-award surveys, and pool applications to determine which pool OASIS pool your business will fall in.
OASIS and OASIS Small Business have a defined set of labor categories allowed through these vehicles and GSA has also included a document which sets forth the acceptable price range for each labor category.
There does not appear to be significant changes between the draft RFP’s and these final versions. As GSA announced previously, your company will be awarded more points based on the size of your past project and the total number of the 6 core disciplines the project encompasses. For example, you will receive 50 points if your past project contains 4 of the 6 core disciplines; 75 points if your past project contains 5 of the 6 core disciplines; and 100 points if your past project contains 6 of the 6 core disciplines. The 6 core disciplines for OASIS are:
- Project Management
- Management Consulting
Currently, responses to the RFP’s are due on September 17th. We encourage you to look through the solicitation your business will fall under and if you have any questions directly related to the solicitation or attachments GSA advises they can be sent to [email protected]. Also feel free to contact ColeyGSA.
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