Peerless Technologies has won a General Services Administration One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) contract, expanding the company’s ability to compete for billions of dollars of new federal work.

The new contract is an Unrestricted Pool 1 multiple award, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) task order contract, adding to Peerless’ OASIS Small Business Pool 4 and OASIS Small Business Pool 6 IDIQ vehicles for program and engineering services. Peerless and 41 other top-rated companies were added to the Unrestricted Pool 1 group, according to GSA officials.

OASIS is the only government-wide contract for complex professional services, including program management, management consulting, logistics services, engineering, scientific and financial services.  Since the program began in 2013, the government has awarded over 1,500 task orders worth more than $20 billion.

Peerless can now seek work in the OASIS unrestricted Pool 1, OASIS Small Business Pool 4 and OASIS Small Business Pool 6. Through its joint venture with SierTeK, Ltd – SierTeK-Peerless Joint Venture – Peerless can also seek work in OASIS Small Business Pool 1, Pool 1-8(a), Pool 3, and Pool 3-8(a), giving federal government customers convenient access to the blended capabilities of each company.

“OASIS is truly a win-win program – the government gets the efficiency of pre-screening companies for new contracts, and companies like Peerless find a wealth of new opportunities,” said Peerless President Michael Bridges. “Our employees work hard to provide great service and great value to all our customers and it’s gratifying to see that recognized by our inclusion in this program.”

Through OASIS, Peerless has won millions of dollars’ worth of work supporting the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center, Global Strike Command, and Air Force Research Laboratory.