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:
tep 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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When: July 12, 2018 from 10am - 12:30pm
Where: Clackamas Community College - Harmony West Comm. Room, 7726 SE Harmony Road
This free class will teach you about capabilities statements, how to maximize the effectiveness of your business cards, and online resources agencies use to find small businesses. With this information you know where and how to better market your company’s capabilities. To federal, state, and local agencies.
Class Objectives: Evaluate your marketing materials including business cards and website; Learn about capabilities statements and how to create your own; Know how to prepare for industry days and other one-on-one interactions with agencies and Identify online resources agencies use to find small businesses.
For more information and to register click here.
Effective Immediately: Entities that ONLY apply for federal assistance (grants, loans, etc.) no longer need to have an approved notarized letter on file before their registration is activated. They must still mail the original signed copy of the notarized letter to the Federal Service Desk (FSD) within 30 days of activation. Failure to do so may result in the registration no longer being active.
Effective June 29, 2018: All non-federal entities creating or renewing their SAM registration will no longer need to have a notarized letter on file before their registration is activated. They must still mail the original signed copy of the notarized letter to the FSD within 30 days of activation or risk their registration no longer being active.
Also effective June 29, 2018: A new, multi-factor authentication login will be implemented, as well as a process by which Entity Administrators will be notified when a change is made to their entity’s bank account information. As a result, beginning June 29th, there will be a new login process for SAM.
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