The Government Contract Assistance Program (GCAP) is part of a nationwide network of Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTAC) working to help small businesses compete successfully in the government marketplace.
GCAP's mission is to assist Oregon small businesses to succeed in obtaining Government Contracts, which stimulate the growth of Oregon's economy. For over 25 years GCAP has assisted Oregon small businesses in creating jobs, fostering economic diversity, and becoming successful government contractors.
GCAP services include:
Step One: Become a GCAP client
GCAP provides technical assistance at no cost.
Step Two: Once you're a GCAP client we will contact you for your initial client assessment, usually within 24 hours of your submission.
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Friday, September 22, 2017 from 8am - 4pm
Where: COCC's Redmond Tech Education Center
This free event brings together industry professionals, public agencies, private organizations, and small businesses to build valuable relationships.
The training portion of the day is set up as a three path system. Each path
will address the marketplace, financial and technical support, certifications,
and public contracting & procurement as they relate to your business today.
You will be able to select the path that best suits your business needs. The Governor's Office and the State of Oregon have made it a priority to create equity in public contracting and procurement; bringing opportunities, access and connection for small business to thrive in Oregon. Click here for more information and to register!
DLA’s new video overview of the Procurement Technical Assistance Program (PTAP). It does a terrific job of telling the “PTAC story,” featuring comments and testimonials from PTAC Program Managers, counselors, and clients. Kudos to stars Anna Urman of the Virginia PTAP; Terri Williams, Bob McKinley, Sheriley Smith and the staff of the University of Texas at San Antonio PTAC; and most of all to PTAP Program Manager Sherry Savage—both the leading lady and the driving force that made this video possible!
Click here to watch video.