Notice ID 47QRCA21N0001
GSA’s Office of Professional Services and Human Capital (PSHC) is pleased to announce the release of the second draft Request for Proposal (RFP) for the OASIS+ Program.
The publication of the OASIS+ Draft RFP #2 is solely for market research purposes. This publication is not an official RFP from the Government and does not constitute a request for offers. The Government will not reimburse any costs attributed to responses.
The OASIS+ Draft RFP contains all sections of the solicitation and qualification matrices for the Unrestricted and Total Small Business vehicles. The qualification matrices for all proposed socioeconomic vehicles that will be included in the final RFP will mirror the Total Small Business qualification matrices.
GSA has included a cover letter with draft RFP #2 outlining changes made in response to comments and feedback from Draft #1.
On March 6, 2023, GSA’s Office of Professional Services and Human Capital (PSHC) released
the second draft Requests for Proposals (RFPs) for the OASIS+ Program, bringing the agency a
step closer to issuing the final RFPs for OASIS+.
PSHC has made several adjustments to the OASIS+ acquisition strategy based on stakeholder
feedback received in response to the first draft RFPs released in November, 2022. Details about
the changes that are reflected in the second draft RFPs include (but are not limited to) the
a. Clarified the NAICS strategy and the overall fair opportunity process.
b. Updated various areas of Sections L and M.
c. Clarified teaming arrangements as related to evaluation and performance.
d. Updated OASIS+ subcontracting plan and goal requirements.
e. Affirmed no CPARS at Master IDIQ level, but Master IDIQ Performance Management
added to Section F.
f. Removed the post-award Greenhouse Gas (GHG) reporting requirements from OASIS+
UR, remaining in compliance with the current regulatory requirements.
g. Removed sustainability-related evaluation criteria for OASIS+ SB
h. Refined scope language in each of the domains.
i. Adjustments made to credits on the Domain Qualification Matrices.
j. Two clauses have been created for OASIS+ (and are currently under the review
process), including a $250,000 minimum sales criteria clause and a cancellation clause
specifically for MACs.
Responses shared here are considered market research and are subject to change.
GSA will continue to update this posting with the latest OASIS+ developments and provide the
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