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Northern, Virginia – July 27, 2020 – Compass, TriSept Corporation, , and Tenica announced their collaborative small business partnership has been selected as a preferred provider under the General Services Administration’s (GSA’s) One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) contract vehicle to support a wide range of U.S. defense, aerospace, and homeland security initiatives with a collective mission-first approach. “This exceptional trio of companies – Compass, Tenica, and TriSept – has the experience, the business acumen, and technical know-how to help our collective customers succeed through our collaborative imagination, ingenuity and ideas,” said Kevin Maull, Vice President of Business Development for Compass. “Through the GSA OASIS IDIQ program, we stand ready to meet the growing demand for results-driven excellence across a broad range of government programs, ranging from defense to space and intelligence support.” As part of a five year GSA indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract, Compass’ strengths center around acquisition and program management, system engineering, program lifecycle support, cybersecurity and the cloud, TriSept brings systems and software engineering, launch integration and cybersecurity capabilities to the trio-based GSA entry, while Tenica specializes in logistics, management planning (CONUS and OCONUS) and integrated missile defense. The award follows Compass’ successful ongoing support of U.S. defense programs, Tenica’s IDIQ awards, and TriSept’s recent IDIQ award to support NASA’s third round of CubeSat mission launches through 2025. “Tenica is honored to have the opportunity to provide deep expertise in logistics and acquisitions to the GSA’s OASIS IDIQ, as part of our collective suite of capabilities with Compass and TriSept,” said Nicholas Scherling, Vice President of Tenica and Associates, LLC. “Tenica has built its business by delivering a high rate of return on investment and exceeding our clients’ expectations with a mission-first approach to everything we do.” “When experience counts, TriSept is among the go-to providers in a spectrum of services ranging from launch integration and mission management to systems engineering and security for the most demanding leaders in space, defense, and communications initiatives on earth,” noted Augustine Ponturiero, Vice President of Business Development for TriSept. “TriSept is thrilled to partner with Compass and Tenica to bring a broad range of U.S. government agencies, through the GSA OASIS IDIQ, a level of unparalleled knowledge and expertise they must have to ensure their missions meet their objectives – on time, on budget, and on the mark.”

One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services – Small Business (OASIS SB) is designed to address agencies’ need for a full range of service requirements that integrate multiple professional service disciplines and ancillary services/products with the flexibility for all contract types and pricing at the task order level.

 

OASIS Small Business contracts provide any and all Federal agencies with a total integrated solution for a multitude of professional service-based requirements on a global basis.  In order to provide customer satisfaction with a total solution, Task Orders draw on specialized expertise across multiple functional disciplines.  Task Orders may also involve and require commercial and/or non-commercial items.  The GSA OASIS Small Business contracts allow for the use of a variety of contract types including fixed-price (all types), cost reimbursement (all types), time and materials/labor hour, or a hybrid mix of contract types.

 

OASIS SB is a family of 7 separate Government-wide Multiple Award, Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (MA-IDIQ) task order contracts that span 28 North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Codes and 6 NAICS Code Exceptions under the economic subsector 541, Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services.

 

The Compass, Inc Team provides exemplary professional solution in system acquisition and program management, system and software engineering, program lifecycle support, launch integration, cybersecurity and  cloud capabilities. We stand ready to address your most challenging requirements.

 

Compass GSA OASIS Small Business Pool 3 contract.

 

Learn more about the GSA OASIS Small Business program here.

Feel free to reach out to our OASIS Team to discuss your requirement:

 

OASIS Program Manager:

Beth Strum, beth.strum@cmpsinc.com, (202) 271-5929

 

OASIS Contracts Manager:

Misse Parzow, misse.parzow@cmpsinc.com, (571) 325-0910

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Northern, Virginia – July 27, 2020 – Compass, TriSept Corporation, , and Tenica announced their collaborative small business partnership has been selected as a preferred provider under the General Services Administration’s (GSA’s) One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) contract vehicle to support a wide range of U.S. defense, aerospace, and homeland security initiatives with a collective mission-first approach. “This exceptional trio of companies – Compass, Tenica, and TriSept – has the experience, the business acumen, and technical know-how to help our collective customers succeed through our collaborative imagination, ingenuity and ideas,” said Kevin Maull, Vice President of Business Development for Compass. “Through the GSA OASIS IDIQ program, we stand ready to meet the growing demand for results-driven excellence across a broad range of government programs, ranging from defense to space and intelligence support.” As part of a five year GSA indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract, Compass’ strengths center around acquisition and program management, system engineering, program lifecycle support, cybersecurity and the cloud, TriSept brings systems and software engineering, launch integration and cybersecurity capabilities to the trio-based GSA entry, while Tenica specializes in logistics, management planning (CONUS and OCONUS) and integrated missile defense. The award follows Compass’ successful ongoing support of U.S. defense programs, Tenica’s IDIQ awards, and TriSept’s recent IDIQ award to support NASA’s third round of CubeSat mission launches through 2025. “Tenica is honored to have the opportunity to provide deep expertise in logistics and acquisitions to the GSA’s OASIS IDIQ, as part of our collective suite of capabilities with Compass and TriSept,” said Nicholas Scherling, Vice President of Tenica and Associates, LLC. “Tenica has built its business by delivering a high rate of return on investment and exceeding our clients’ expectations with a mission-first approach to everything we do.” “When experience counts, TriSept is among the go-to providers in a spectrum of services ranging from launch integration and mission management to systems engineering and security for the most demanding leaders in space, defense, and communications initiatives on earth,” noted Augustine Ponturiero, Vice President of Business Development for TriSept. “TriSept is thrilled to partner with Compass and Tenica to bring a broad range of U.S. government agencies, through the GSA OASIS IDIQ, a level of unparalleled knowledge and expertise they must have to ensure their missions meet their objectives – on time, on budget, and on the mark.”
Northern, Virginia – July 27, 2020 – Compass, TriSept Corporation, , and Tenica announced their collaborative small business partnership has been selected as a preferred provider under the General Services Administration’s (GSA’s) One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) contract vehicle to support a wide range of U.S. defense, aerospace, and homeland security initiatives with a collective mission-first approach. “This exceptional trio of companies – Compass, Tenica, and TriSept – has the experience, the business acumen, and technical know-how to help our collective customers succeed through our collaborative imagination, ingenuity and ideas,” said Kevin Maull, Vice President of Business Development for Compass. “Through the GSA OASIS IDIQ program, we stand ready to meet the growing demand for results-driven excellence across a broad range of government programs, ranging from defense to space and intelligence support.” As part of a five year GSA indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract, Compass’ strengths center around acquisition and program management, system engineering, program lifecycle support, cybersecurity and the cloud, TriSept brings systems and software engineering, launch integration and cybersecurity capabilities to the trio-based GSA entry, while Tenica specializes in logistics, management planning (CONUS and OCONUS) and integrated missile defense. The award follows Compass’ successful ongoing support of U.S. defense programs, Tenica’s IDIQ awards, and TriSept’s recent IDIQ award to support NASA’s third round of CubeSat mission launches through 2025. “Tenica is honored to have the opportunity to provide deep expertise in logistics and acquisitions to the GSA’s OASIS IDIQ, as part of our collective suite of capabilities with Compass and TriSept,” said Nicholas Scherling, Vice President of Tenica and Associates, LLC. “Tenica has built its business by delivering a high rate of return on investment and exceeding our clients’ expectations with a mission-first approach to everything we do.” “When experience counts, TriSept is among the go-to providers in a spectrum of services ranging from launch integration and mission management to systems engineering and security for the most demanding leaders in space, defense, and communications initiatives on earth,” noted Augustine Ponturiero, Vice President of Business Development for TriSept. “TriSept is thrilled to partner with Compass and Tenica to bring a broad range of U.S. government agencies, through the GSA OASIS IDIQ, a level of unparalleled knowledge and expertise they must have to ensure their missions meet their objectives – on time, on budget, and on the mark.”
Northern, Virginia – July 27, 2020 – Compass, TriSept Corporation, , and Tenica announced their collaborative small business partnership has been selected as a preferred provider under the General Services Administration’s (GSA’s) One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) contract vehicle to support a wide range of U.S. defense, aerospace, and homeland security initiatives with a collective mission-first approach. “This exceptional trio of companies – Compass, Tenica, and TriSept – has the experience, the business acumen, and technical know-how to help our collective customers succeed through our collaborative imagination, ingenuity and ideas,” said Kevin Maull, Vice President of Business Development for Compass. “Through the GSA OASIS IDIQ program, we stand ready to meet the growing demand for results-driven excellence across a broad range of government programs, ranging from defense to space and intelligence support.” As part of a five year GSA indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract, Compass’ strengths center around acquisition and program management, system engineering, program lifecycle support, cybersecurity and the cloud, TriSept brings systems and software engineering, launch integration and cybersecurity capabilities to the trio-based GSA entry, while Tenica specializes in logistics, management planning (CONUS and OCONUS) and integrated missile defense. The award follows Compass’ successful ongoing support of U.S. defense programs, Tenica’s IDIQ awards, and TriSept’s recent IDIQ award to support NASA’s third round of CubeSat mission launches through 2025. “Tenica is honored to have the opportunity to provide deep expertise in logistics and acquisitions to the GSA’s OASIS IDIQ, as part of our collective suite of capabilities with Compass and TriSept,” said Nicholas Scherling, Vice President of Tenica and Associates, LLC. “Tenica has built its business by delivering a high rate of return on investment and exceeding our clients’ expectations with a mission-first approach to everything we do.” “When experience counts, TriSept is among the go-to providers in a spectrum of services ranging from launch integration and mission management to systems engineering and security for the most demanding leaders in space, defense, and communications initiatives on earth,” noted Augustine Ponturiero, Vice President of Business Development for TriSept. “TriSept is thrilled to partner with Compass and Tenica to bring a broad range of U.S. government agencies, through the GSA OASIS IDIQ, a level of unparalleled knowledge and expertise they must have to ensure their missions meet their objectives – on time, on budget, and on the mark.”
Northern, Virginia – July 27, 2020 – Compass, TriSept Corporation, , and Tenica announced their collaborative small business partnership has been selected as a preferred provider under the General Services Administration’s (GSA’s) One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) contract vehicle to support a wide range of U.S. defense, aerospace, and homeland security initiatives with a collective mission-first approach. “This exceptional trio of companies – Compass, Tenica, and TriSept – has the experience, the business acumen, and technical know-how to help our collective customers succeed through our collaborative imagination, ingenuity and ideas,” said Kevin Maull, Vice President of Business Development for Compass. “Through the GSA OASIS IDIQ program, we stand ready to meet the growing demand for results-driven excellence across a broad range of government programs, ranging from defense to space and intelligence support.” As part of a five year GSA indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract, Compass’ strengths center around acquisition and program management, system engineering, program lifecycle support, cybersecurity and the cloud, TriSept brings systems and software engineering, launch integration and cybersecurity capabilities to the trio-based GSA entry, while Tenica specializes in logistics, management planning (CONUS and OCONUS) and integrated missile defense. The award follows Compass’ successful ongoing support of U.S. defense programs, Tenica’s IDIQ awards, and TriSept’s recent IDIQ award to support NASA’s third round of CubeSat mission launches through 2025. “Tenica is honored to have the opportunity to provide deep expertise in logistics and acquisitions to the GSA’s OASIS IDIQ, as part of our collective suite of capabilities with Compass and TriSept,” said Nicholas Scherling, Vice President of Tenica and Associates, LLC. “Tenica has built its business by delivering a high rate of return on investment and exceeding our clients’ expectations with a mission-first approach to everything we do.” “When experience counts, TriSept is among the go-to providers in a spectrum of services ranging from launch integration and mission management to systems engineering and security for the most demanding leaders in space, defense, and communications initiatives on earth,” noted Augustine Ponturiero, Vice President of Business Development for TriSept. “TriSept is thrilled to partner with Compass and Tenica to bring a broad range of U.S. government agencies, through the GSA OASIS IDIQ, a level of unparalleled knowledge and expertise they must have to ensure their missions meet their objectives – on time, on budget, and on the mark.”