U.S. NAVY NAVSUP Signs GSA OASIS MOU
It is anticipated that Navy obligations through 31 December 2017 on OASIS will be $500,000,000.
The Navy Strategic Sourcing Program Office (SSPMO) wlll serve as the Navy's Program Office for this MOU, responsible for coordination with GSA for monitoring and tracking DoN's obllgatlons on OASIS and OASIS-Small Business contracts. The Navy SSPMO, In accordance with Its Internal practices, wlll ldentify the GSA OASIS and OASIS Small Business contracts as strategic sources of supply for complex Integrated professional services. The Navy SSPMO point of contact is Mr. Mark Ascione, Program Manager. Mr. Ascione can be contacted at (717) 605·1409 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GSA shall provide training, scope reviews, and share templates and best practices related to use of the OASIS contracts as requested by OoN Activities. Additionally, the GSA OASIS program manager and/or contracting officer will support meetings and reviews as requested by DoN Activities. It ls requested that notifications of meetings be provided to GSA 30 calendar days In advance. GSA will notify and consult with the Navy SSPMO If planning to exercise the authority to off-ramp or on-ramp additional contractors to OASIS and/or OASIS Small auslness.
Anyone whose clients would like to put tasking on GSA OASIS Pool 3 SB should contact TCI immediately for teaming and assitance, including introducing your clients to GSA and the OASIS vehicle.