Upcoming Events from the Procurement Technical Assistance Center
Completion of online client registration and profile.
Daily email bid opportunities matching capabilities of client with the agency buying the product or service.
Minority certification completion.
Marketing strategies, proposal review, procurement award history.
Example Capability Statement (PDF)
Capability Statement Template (PUB)
Dun & Bradstreet Government Customer Response Center
System for Award Management
Census: North American Industry Classification System
Govology: Marketing to Government Agencies and Prime Contractors
Did You Know the Federal Government is the Largest Buyer of Products/Services in the World?
In 2019, the government spent $4.45 trillion. The Procurement Technical Assistance Program (PTAP) was authorized by Congress in 1985 in an effort to expand the number of businesses capable of participating in the government marketplace. Contact the Kiamichi Tech PTAC today to determine if your business has contracting potential with federal, state or tribal government.
What is a Procurement Technical Assistance Center?
The Kiamichi Technology Centers Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) provides marketing and technical assistance to businesses & industry clients interested in selling products and services to federal, state, local and tribal governments. The primary purpose of PTAC is to expand the economy in Southeast Oklahoma by providing specific, tangible resources to Oklahoma business and industry clients through job retention and growth.
What is a HUBZone and Do I Qualify for the HUBZone Program?
The Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZone) program helps small businesses in urban and rural communities gain preferential access to federal procurement opportunities. The federal government has a goal of awarding at least 3% of all dollars for federal prime contracts to HUBZone certified companies. Agencies may set-aside contracts for which only HUBZone companies are allowed to bid, or they may award sole-source contracts to HUBZone firms in an effort to meet that goal. HUBZone-certified contractors may also be eligible for a 10% price evaluation preference in some cases of full and open contract competitions and subcontracting opportunities. Are you HUBZone Certified?
"One thing I have learned in federal government contracting is to use all available resources - one of those resources is the Procurement Technical Assistance Center at Kiamichi Tech."
Randy Thompson, President & Owner of Southeast Machine, Atoka