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Navigating Government Contracting with DCPTAC

  • DCRA Small Business Resource Center 1100 4TH Street, SW, 2nd Floor (Room E-200) Washington DC 20024-4451 (map)

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The District of Columbia Procurement Technical Assistance Center (DC PTAC) is a program within the Department of Small and Local Business Development (DSLBD). DC PTAC offers confidential, personalized, one on one business counseling and competitive insights for navigating the government contracting process successfully. Whether you already have experience working on government contracts, or are looking for help to win your first one, we are available to help. At the DC PTAC, businesses can get assistance with developing strategies to pursue state, local and federal government contracts. We help you navigate the procurement process more confidently and efficiently. Our assistance is tailored to meet your specific goals in areas such as:

• Contract research

• Bid matching

• Marketing plans

• Subcontracting and Teaming

• Proposal preparation

• GSA schedules

• Certifications (HubZone, 8(a), VA CVE, WOSB)

• Post contract award counseling

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DCRA’s Housing Bloom Workshop