[vc_row 0=””][vc_column][vc_column_text 0=””]OASIS Small Business, which could be valued at as much as $10 B over its ten year contract life, is a Government-wide professional services vehicle administered by the General Services Administration. Agencies that utilize the small business OASIS contracts to release task orders will receive credit toward their small business goals. The Air Force committed to leverage the OASIS SB vehicle for at least $500M in services in the first contract cycle (5 years), and is expected to issue task orders in early 2014 for support to the Air Force Test Center (AFTC), Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC), and Air Force Space and Missile Command (SMC).
Sierra Lobo was awarded prime contracts in all small business categories they were qualified to bid. Specifically, Sierra Lobo was one of 22 awardees in each Pool 5a-541712/1000 employees (Aircraft Parts R&D) and Pool 5b-541712/1000 employees (Space Vehicles and Guided Missiles R&D) and one of 40 awardees in Pool 6-541712/1500 employees (Aircraft R&D).
About Sierra Lobo
Sierra Lobo is a small, minority-owned enterprise based in Ohio, with additional offices in Alabama, California, Florida, and Virginia. Sierra Lobo employs over 200 people in Ohio, with a strong presence at NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland and the Plum Brook Station in Sandusky, Ohio. Sierra Lobo provides advanced engineering, research and development, and superior technical services that support NASA and DoD research and technology development efforts. Founded in 1993, Sierra Lobo today employs approximately 500 people, and has a Technology Development and Engineering Center (TDEC) and operations office in Milan, Ohio.
For more information on Sierra Lobo, please visit: www.sierralobo.com or call 419.499.9653.