Benefits

OASIS provides support for Commercial and Non-Commercial requirements, which means any contract type may be utilized.

  • North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Pools
    Services under OASIS span 28 NAICS codes and 6 exceptions or 34 codes - exceptions in all. These 34 codes/exceptions are allocated among 7 NAICS code pools. All codes/exceptions in a pool share a common small business (SB) size standard. Agencies can solicit task order proposals from contractors holding awards in the pool with the NAICS code that matches the agency’s requirement.

  • Standardized Labor Categories
    The labor categories are aligned with occupations, as outlined in the Office of Management and Budget’s (OMB) Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) system.

    OASIS offers more meaningful proposed rate comparisons at the task order level – apples to apples, and 104 OASIS LCATs (individual and groups and priced at the master contract level) cover 127 OMB SOC occupations and over 1,000 typical industry job titles.

    The remainder of the 840 SOC occupations can be added and priced at the task order level as ancillary labor.

  • Price Estimation Tool
    The automated pricing estimation tool (http://www.gsa.gov/portal/content/186523):
    • Can be used in building realistic estimates for the labor portion of requirements;
    • Is a quick and easy-to-use tool for creating the task order Independent Government Cost Estimate (IGCE);
    • Incorporates statistics for each SOC system occupation based on Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) surveys as direct rates and OASIS Awardee indirect rates, and prices; and
    • Can index pricing for up to 640 precise geographic locations.

  • Longer-term Planning
    OASIS has no program ceiling, a five-year base and one five-year option, and provides for long term planning for complex program requirements.

  • Tiered Access Fee
    OASIS offers an Innovative tiered access fee, ranging from 0.1 percent - 0.75 percent based on obligation level.


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