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ACT I Awarded GSA OASIS Small Business Pools 3, 4, 5B, and 6


oasis-final-logo-w-tagline-png-file-7-28-14-10-inches-wide-at-800-dpi-screen-resolution-is-72-dpiAdvanced Concepts and Technologies International, L.L.C. (ACT I) today announced Lateral On Ramp awards for Best-in-Class Multiple Award, Indefinite Award, Indefinite Quantity task order contracts for GSA’s OASIS Small Business Pools 3, 4, 5B, and 6.  Through the new vehicles, ACT I will continue to provide industry-leading solutions across the OASIS Small Business purview, where the vehicle supports Complex Professional Services for all Federal agencies, including the National Security Community on a global basis providing Program Management, Management Consulting, Scientific, Engineering, Logistics, Financial Management and R&D services.

This award builds upon current company work in Oasis SB Pools 1 and 2 supporting ACT I’s position as a highly-successful small business rapidly transitioning to a mid-Tier company providing professional solutions for our government customers.  Capacity across this “Best in Class” contract vehicle allows the company to provide innovative solutions to a broader customer base – particularly in the National Security sector.

“These awards are another important milestone in our continued growth as a company,” said ACT I Chief Growth Officer Mike Zembrzuski.  “These pools position ACT I for the next level of our growth in the mid-tier market.  Through them we strengthen our business base and core solutions while expanding our offerings in customer areas within the Department of Defense, Homeland Security, and Intelligence Community markets.  More importantly, ACT I now holds contracts in all active OASIS Small Business Pools.  This is ACT I in Action!”

These contract awards also allow ACT I to provide support to the government across the entire spectrum of its service offerings to include Acquisition Strategy, Program Management, International Security Cooperation, Intelligence, Cyber and Space, Contract Negotiation, Engineering, Logistics, and Cost and Financial Management.