LinQuest Selected As Prime Contractor on Multi-Billion Dollar GSA OASIS Vehicle

LinQuest Corporation (LinQuest), a leader in space systems technology solutions for U.S. defense and intelligence communities, has been selected as a prime contractor on General Services Administration’s One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) Unrestricted on Pools 1, 3, and 4.

OASIS is a best-in-class, multi-billion dollar contracting vehicle for the federal government’s procurement of complex professional services such as engineering, science, research and development, integration, operations, logistics, and program management.

“Winning all three OASIS Unrestricted Pools is a testament to LinQuest’s exceptional performance on critical space systems programs. Furthermore, it highlights our strong position for continued technology development and customer support,” said Dr. Ellen Wesel, Business Development Director at LinQuest and OASIS Program Manager.

LinQuest’s capabilities strategically align with the core disciplines within Pools 1, 3, and 4, including advanced space engineering solutions and services, aerospace engineering, and scientific research and development. LinQuest delivers performance excellence and demonstrable thought

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Reston defense contractor lands two GSA contracts

SOSi to provide engineering, R&D services

Reston-based defense and government contractor SOS International LLC (SOSi) announced Monday it has secured contracts in two pools under the General Services Administration’s potential $50 billion One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) contract vehicle for professional services.

SOSi was one of 21 companies to receive more than one service pool under the contract.

Under an OASIS award, SOSi will provide technical and engineering support for weapons and aerospace equipment and naval architecture and marine engineering services. Under the second contract award, SOSi will perform research and development work involving biotechnology and nanotechnology.

“Winning two OASIS contracts significantly enhances SOSi’s access to critical new markets,” SOSi CEO Julian Setian said in a statement. “They will enable us to bring our information technology, research, and development capabilities to a host of customers and end-users we may not have

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