No-cost government contracting program to launch

FORT COLLINS – The Colorado Procurement Technical Assistance Center has reached an agreement to provide no-cost business counseling and assistance at the Larimer County Workforce Center at 200 W. Oak St.
The Colorado PTAC offers guidance to businesses that would like to compete for government contracts at the federal, state and local levels.
The services include assistance in obtaining required registrations and certifications, training and instruction about government procurement processes, assistance and knowledge about finding government bid opportunities, review of proposal responses, prime-to-subcontractor matchmaking, and mentoring for contract execution.
Business counseling can be scheduled by contacting Tom Thompson at 719-641-9053 or t.thompson@coloradoptac.org.

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