CT PTAC | Marketing & Procurement Assistance for CT Businesses

Here’s how we support your business

 

 

CT PTAC

is Solving the Puzzle of

Government Contracting

CT PTAC has a mission to provide marketing and procurement assistance to Connecticut businesses interested in selling their goods or services to federal, state, or local governments. CT PTAC is a statewide program serving all cities and towns in Connecticut.

CT PTAC’s services are provided at no charge.

This procurement technical assistance center is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the Defense Logistics Agency.

What is PTAC?

We help Connecticut businesses identify, compete for, and win federal, state and local government contracts. If you are not a CT business, please click here to find your state’s PTAC.

We can Help

Our assistance comes in the form of teaching, mentoring and coaching. We also provide our clients with a set of electronic tools to research and identify government contracting opportunities.

Cybersecurity

CT PTAC and CONNSTEP have partnered to assist businesses in Connecticut understand the DFARS 252.204-7012 and NIST 800-171 Cyber Security compliance requirements. This compliance impacts business working on DoD contracts, either as a prime or a subcontractor…

News & Events

Mar
9
Tue
How to do Business with Municipalities Series @ Zoom Webinar
Mar 9 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Webinar: How to do Business with Municipalities Series

Moderator: Frank Dixon, State Director of CTPTAC

Participating Municipalities:

  • City of Bridgeport, Fred Gee, Jr., Director, Small & Minority Business Resource Center

  • City of Danbury, Chick Volpe, Purchasing Agent

  • Town of Fairfield, Mark Barnhart, Director of Community & Economic Development

  • City of Norwalk, Sabrina Church, Director of Business Development and Tourism & Jessica (Casey) Vonashek Chief, Economic and Community Development

  • City of Stamford, Thomas Madden, AICP, Director of Economic Development, Urban Redevelopment Commission & Erik Larsen, Purchasing Manager

  • Town of Westport,  Sara Harris, Operations Director, & Jennifer Tooker,  Second Selectwoman

Registration Here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_tRq1DV0kSQyN4u03x38Uhw

Please submit questions prior to the webinar to: ptac@ctptac.org

 

Learn what Procurement Agents in Fairfield County municipalities are looking to buy in 2021!  Learn where to properly Register as a vendor, Where to find bid opportunities, How to market and sell your products and services, and other Valuable information to build strategic partnerships at the municipal level!

Webinar: How to do Business with Municipalities Series

 

Click here to view more events

Message from Frank Dixon, State Director

CTPTAC’s 2020 program year proved to be an interesting one to say the least, which required adjustments due to the pandemic. On March 13th we moved into a full remote format with our services; conducting 1600 plus counseling hours towards our annual goals, facilitated 50 plus virtual client training events, and accumulated 100 plus staff professional development hours. Already adept in virtual trainings, via “Go-to-Meetings” played a major role in the program achieving an average of 13% above all annual goals. 

Another great testament to our very new staff’s hard work resulted in PTAC clients winning $240 plus million dollars in direct and subcontract awards this year. In addition to our notable client success stories, this year involved some of our clients winning contracts for the first time; which helped the federal, state and local governments meet their demand for Covid-19 related products and services.

Although we will continue to work primarily in a remote capacity, I’m extremely optimistic about the upcoming 2021 program year, as CTPTAC is better equipped to assist our clients, strategic partners, and local communities enhance and grow their their knowledge in government contracting with an immediate focus on Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) and Beta.Sam.gov.; in addition to, Women Owned Small Businesses, Veteran Owned Small Businesses, and Socio-Economic Certifications. 

Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID19)
☑️Encourage sick employees to stay home.
☑️Instruct employees to wash their hands often with soap and water.
☑️Routinely clean frequently touched surfaces and objects.

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