OIL ANALYSIS STANDARD INSTERSERVICE SYSTEM (OASIS)
11-1. Each AOAP laboratory is equipped with a computer network as part of the OASIS data
system (Army and Navy). The system interfaces with all test instruments, testing parameters, and
unit equipment administrative files. The OASIS speeds up the sample processing cycle and
contains a limited onsite data bank of laboratory and equipment information.
11-2. With AOAP history information onsite, each laboratory is currently providing
commanders and maintenance personnel at all levels computer-generated reports on a monthly
basis and upon request. Customer/units may log on to the AOAP website at
https://aoapserver.logsa.army.mil to view and print their reports.
11-3. Most communication between the unit, the laboratory, and various maintenance echelons
is with forms and computer-generated monthly reports.
11-4. Laboratory equipment files and test data can be transferred between laboratories
electronically or provided to the equipment-owning unit on electronic media.
11-5. Correctly completed forms are the essential requirement for accurate monthly reports.
These reports help manage equipment participation in the program more efficiently. Units
should contact the AOAP laboratory for more information on what reports are available and the