One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) Small Business (SB) Pool 3

Description: OASIS SB is a family of 7 separate Government-wide Multiple Award, Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity task order contracts that span 29 North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Codes and 6 NAICS Code Exceptions under the economic subsector 541, Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services. OASIS contracts provide government agencies with flexible and innovative solutions for complex professional services.

TAPE is a Prime Contractor on OASIS SB Pool 3, which offers Engineering Services — any service or creative work, the adequate performance of which requires education, training and experience in the application of special knowledge in consulting, investigating, evaluating, planning and designing, engineering principles. We have provided engineering services to military and civilian federal agencies since 2003. Our support includes:

  • Program Management Support (Project Management; Technical Writing; Requirements Analysis; Subject Matter Expert Staffing; Cost and Resource Modeling)
  • Systems and Software Engineering (SW Development and Maintenance; Database Design, Development and Management; SW Architecture; Agile Development; DevOps; Configuration Management; Systems Engineering Plans; Testing)
  • Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) Support (Acquisition Support and Management; Security Processing and Adjudication; Professional and Administrative Services)
  • Cybersecurity (Vulnerability Assessments and Remediation; Risk Management Framework; Certification and Accreditation; NIST Standards)
  • Technology Support (Data Analysis; System Analysis and Design; Technical Data Package Management)
  • Modeling and Simulation (M&S Support Services; Image Generation; Synthetic Environment Development; Visual Systems Integration)
  • Facility Engineering (Site Survey Reports; Facility Cost Estimates; Facility Layouts; Facility Design Drawings; Safety Assessment Reports)


Key Contracts with Engineering Services Components

  • Marine Corps Program Manager Training Systems Support Services
  • Army Training Models (ongoing as Prime for nearly 13 years)
  • Army Program Executive Office Simulation, Training and Instrumentation (SETA) Support (subcontractor)
  • S. Army Reserve Command Emergent Threat, Training, and Readiness Capability (subcontractor)
  • Transportation Security Administration Risk Vulnerability Assessments (ongoing)
  • Immigration and Customs Enforcement Security Management, Oversight and Compliance


OASIS SB Pool 3 Team

TAPE, the Prime Contractor, is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned and Economically Disadvantaged Woman-Owned Small Company that has been a trusted provider of engineering and other solutions to the Federal Government since 2003. We have served the Department of Veterans Affairs, other civilian agencies, and military organizations across the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps. Our experts help clients solve complex challenges by integrating internal expertise with existing processes.

To ensure quality engineering work, TAPE uses Capability Model Maturity Integration for Development-appraised and International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems, ISO 21500:2012 Project Management, and ISO/International Electrotechnical Commission 27013:2015 IT — Security Techniques-certified processes.

For OASIS SB Pool 3, we have five Contractor Teaming Arrangement (CTA) partners and many other teammates to help us expertly cover all task areas.

CTA Partners

P3I, Incorporated: P3I’s engineering services expertise includes systems engineering and integration for complex systems within mission and business domains such as C5ISR and Logistics; and IT services encompassing the development and implementation of software application and its support within secure and centralized operational support centers.

Netorian, LLC: Netorian has expertise in systems and network architecture services, IT services for small-and-large scale technology solutions and support and integrated solutions for all aspects of cyber defense for both military and civilian environments.

Manufacturing Engineering Systems, Inc. (MES): MES’ engineering solutions include mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, systems engineering, software engineering mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, systems engineering, software engineering, and a wide variety of drafting and design services.

Filius Corporation: Filius bring information assurance, logistics service, and advisory expertise to help the world’s largest organizations fulfill their missions

ITSC Secure Solutions: ITSC has engineering and technical support capabilities in area such as systems engineering, software testing and configuration management/data management and cybersecurity capabilities in areas such as Risk Management Framework, help desk support, and security programs.

TAPE and the CTA partners receive further support from a larger group of partners and teammates.

Other Major Partners

WBB Inc.: Founded in 1981, WBB is an ISO 9001 registered company with 14 offices located near federal U.S. government clients to guarantee engagement from top personnel. It continues to meet client challenges by contributing innovative advances in technology, tactics, and techniques that produce the desired results for clients. The company bring expertise in agile program management, enterprise architecture, systems engineering, test and evaluation, and requirements management.

Softek Services, Inc.: Softek offers more than 30 years of experience in providing training and custom IT solutions to public, private, and non-profit organizations. Its specialty is bringing people and processes together. The company builds custom software applications with agile methods to build best-in-value solutions to support organizations’ missions and to streamline operations.

Serco Inc.:  Serco employs approximately 8,000 people across the U.S. and Canada. The company delivers services to all branches of the U.S. military, federal civilian agencies, state and local agencies, and commercial customers. Its core competencies include ship modernization, satellite communications and radar modernization, and hardware integration. Over the past five years, Serco has been the top producer of U.S. Navy shipboard C5ISR systems, delivering and producing over 17,000 integrated systems.

For any customer service questions or inquiries about our company’s OASIS SB Pool 3 contract, please contact:

John B. Moore
Vice President, Business Development

QA Program

TAPE is committed to delivering products and services that satisfy client needs, meet or exceed their expectations, comply with their quality standards, and are delivered on time and at the agreed upon price. We maintain a Quality Control Plan (QCP) to assure and continually improve the quality of our products and services. TAPE leadership and process owners are responsible for measuring, analyzing and reviewing the effectiveness of our QCP to ensure our customers are satisfied and the company’s quality objectives are met. Each employee is expected to organize, define, plan, execute, control and verify the quality of his or her work in accordance with customer requirements and the QCP and to take actions to identify, correct and prevent non-conformances.

TAPE’s QCP is based on proven, comprehensive, and related experience. It is built on the Juran Principles of Plan, Do, Check, and Act.

Our goal is to provide the highest-quality performance and customer service. Our continuous improvement process features a partnership approach, open communication and active solicitation of feedback. Our QCP is made up of people, tools, and methods that monitor, maintain, and improve the quality of services. TAPE management’s commitment to and participation in the implementation of our QCP is a key component of our success and our customers’ continued satisfaction. The management staff is responsible for establishing and communicating the program’s quality policies and objectives, communicating contract, statutory, and regulatory requirements, and ensuring the availability of resources. TAPE management is committed to the rapid deployment of the QCP and to the continual improvement of its effectiveness. TAPE employs a number of methods and strategies to pursue these improvements:

  • Quality Objectives and Metrics.We measure performance to identify current quality levels; set goals to determine where we want quality levels to go; and define objectives that will determine when the goals have been reached.
  • QCP Review and Improvement.Through management reviews and audits (internal and external), we continually review the QCP for effectiveness. We discuss improvement ideas and implement them into QCP revisions.
  • Best Practices Benchmarking.We conduct periodic benchmarking reviews to identify best internal, government or commercial practices that are relevant to the work being performed.
  • Improvements Integrated into Corrective/Preventive Action Approach.We track suggestions and ideas through forms, databases, and procedures to identify, communicate, and track corrective and preventive actions from inception to implementation. We track follow-up actions to verify effectiveness and calculate cost savings or other results.
  • Constraint Removal.Continual improvement is accelerated by identifying the major barriers to performance and reengineering processes to perform more effectively.


At TAPE, we recognize that quality is the responsibility of every member of our team. Our corporate-wide quality control procedures are thoroughly documented in the TAPE Quality Control Manual, which is available upon request.

Contract: 47QRAD20D3057

Agency: General Services Administration


Award: Prime

Available To: All Federal Agencies and other entities as listed in GSA Order ADM 4800.2I, Eligibility to Use GSA Sources of Supply and Service

Contract Period of Performance: July 23, 2020 through July 22, 2025

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