Dakota Awarded GSA OASIS Contract

March 1, 2014

Dakota Consulting has been selected as one of the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services–Small Business (OASIS SB) multiple award contract (MAC) awardees by the General Services Administration (GSA). This MAC is available for use Government-Wide by any Federal Agency. OASIS SB could be valued at as much as $10B over its fifteen year contract life. Agencies that utilize the small business OASIS contracts to release task orders will receive credit toward their small business goals.

Dakota was awarded one of 43 prime contracts in Pool 1. Services available within this pool align closely with core capabilities and past performance experience including:

  • Scientific Services: physics, mathematics, engineering, life, physiological, environmental, and social sciences, etc.
  • Engineering: systems engineering, IV&V, quality assurance, system design, requirements analysis, data analytics, data management, system security and information assurance, software development, and software IV&V, etc.
  • Program Management: PMO, acquisition support, project management, regulatory compliance, configuration management, risk management, technical data management, vulnerability assessments, and risk assessments and mitigation, etc.
  • Management Consulting: business process reengineering, change management, strategic planning, concept development and requirements analysis, strategy development, and information analytics, etc.
  • Logistics: deployment, inventory, security, supply chain, technology and industrial base, etc.
  • Financial: budget analysis and tracking, affordability analysis, financial risk analysis, safeguarding personal data, and economic analysis, etc.

Lori Renner, Dakota's founder and CEO, was thrilled by the announcement. "Dakota is honored that GSA selected us to continue to offer innovative, hybrid solutions for Federal Agencies. As an industry supporter of the OASIS concept, we applaud GSA's vision in the development of a contract vehicle designed to meet Agency complex problems, not a single discipline solution."