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Our Code of Ethics


We compete fairly and ethically for all business opportunities. We comply with all laws and regulations governing bids and proposals, bid preparations, contract negotiations, and contracts. We always do our utmost to recognize and avoid organizational conflicts of interest and to make sure that all statements, communications, and representations to our customers and prospective customers are truthful and accurate. We perform all contracts to meet or exceed requirements and to comply with all specifications, and clauses. We understand the steps we take to obtain mission success are just as important as the mission itself.

The success of our customer success translates to Oasis success. We are committed to delivering the best quality within the agreed upon price and schedule, exceeding expectations on professional excellence, responsiveness, and customer satisfaction.


At Oasis, we believe our customers benefit from the fact that we have the finest employees anywhere. Our people demonstrate exceptional creativity and expertise, and adhere to the highest standards of ethical behavior and professional integrity. We value the skills, expertise and the diversity of our work force. We strive to provide each individual with the freedom to grow personally and professionally. The leadership team fosters a positive work environment where each employee feels appreciated and respected. Oasis values and encourages cultural diversity. We do not tolerate harassment or discrimination of any kind, to include age, sex, ancestry, color, disability, national origin, race, religion, veteran status, sexual orientation, marital status, or family structure.


We are fair and professional in all our business dealings and honor all commitments to business partners and teammates.

Oasis is committed to the highest standards and ethical conduct in our dealings with the Government, other companies, teammates, and employees. Our reputation, as a company and as individuals, is the most important thing we possess. We consider compliance with the law and with Government rules and regulations to be the minimum standard for performance of our duties.