How to Use OASIS

The OASIS Master Contract and OASIS SB Master Contract will help your agency acquire professional services for integrated solutions more efficiently and economically.

Consolidated OASIS Unrestricted, SB, and 8(a) Ordering Guide [PDF - 1021 KB]

Review the OASIS Order One Page Checklist [PDF - 174 KB] to learn how to issue an order under OASIS.

Federal Contracting Officers must follow these steps to begin using GSA's OASIS.

Request a Delegation of Procurement Authority (DPA). The DPA establishes the Ordering Contracting Officer's (OCO's) roles and responsibilities.

  1. Attend DPA training;
  2. Request a DPA;
  3. Conduct Market Research and Acquisition Planning;
  4. Build the Task Order Solicitation;
  5. Issue the Task Order Solicitation;
  6. Conduct Evaluations;
  7. Award the Task Order;
  8. Send the Task Order Award Information to the OASIS Office;
  9. Report Contract Actions: View instructions on task order reporting in the FPDS-NG System;
  10. Review Past Performance: Review and report your contractor's past performance; and
  11. Close out your task order when appropriate.

Use the Contract Closeout Quick Reference Guide [PDF - 173 KB] for contract closeout best practices and recommendations.

TheOASIS Labor Category Crosswalk Table [XLSX - 81 KB]compares Industry's functional job descriptions and specific the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) system occupational descriptions. In this table, you will find more than a thousand industry job titles with suggested SOC occupation and OASIS LCAT matches.

TheOASIS Table of PSC codes by OASIS pool number;[XLSX - 67 KB];is excerpted from Federal Procurement Data System-Next Generation (FPDS-NG) and only includes those in scope. Select the link to search for your Pool number and the various possible PSC Codes that may apply. (Note:;The white drop down arrows on the table will streamline the process.)

Note: Ordering Contracting Officers (OCOs) are required to;identify, in each task order solicitation, the PSC that represents the principal nature of the work, and report these PSCs in FPDS-NG.

Section 889 Part B of the FY 19 NDAA went into effect on August 13th. This prohibits the Government from entering into a contract (or extending or renewing a contract) with companies that use any equipment, system, or service that uses prohibited telecom as a substantial or essential component of any system, or as critical technology as part of any system, unless a waiver is obtained or an exception applies. Protecting our supply chain is a critical value proposition to our customer agencies.

To support this implementation of 889 Part B, a mass modification has been issued for all OASIS and OASIS Small Business contracts to include the reporting clause FAR 52.204-25 (AUG 2020). You can identify contracts that have agreed to the reporting clause on the 889 Part B Contract Vehicle Modification Status Tracker posted on D2D. This dashboard will be updated daily.

For ordering contracting officers prior to placing an order, please ensure that the contract is modified to include FAR clause 52.204-25 (AUG 2020) and that you obtain representation provision FAR 52.204-24 (AUG 2020) in the solicitation unless their agency policy specifies otherwise or a waiver is obtained.

Last Reviewed: 2020-08-27