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Since 2013, the Northern California Procurement Technical Assistance Center (Norcal PTAC) has assisted 1,774 small businesses obtain more than half a billion dollars in local, state, and federal government contracts.
By and large, prime contractors have a vested interest in establishing relationships and doing business with the small business community. So, it would seem to make sense that prime contractors would make it easy for small businesses to find a list of products and/or services they buy, and... more
As the country continues through the COVID-19 crisis, now is a good time for businesses to take care of some administrative tasks and prepare themselves for continued opportunities in government contracting.
This is not a state position
Job Title: Procurement Specialist
Location: San Francisco Bay Area
Hours: 30-40 hours per week
Wage: $35.00-$55.00/hour, depending on experience
The COVID-19 pandemic has posed a challenge in both our personal and our professional settings. The government marketplace has made significant adjustments, from shifting purchasing priorities and thresholds to modifying requirements and communication methods.
Cyber-attacks disrupt business operations and put intellectual property and sensitive financial and strategic information at risk. In a 2018 report, the Council of Economic Advisers (CEA) estimated that malicious cyber activity costed the U.S.
The COVID-19 virus is dominating the news and our personal and professional lives in a significant way.
Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTACs) around the nation are beginning to receive requests for assistance from contractors with government contracts as a direct result of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
You worked hard to build your company, and went into government contracting because you want to build a legacy for your family. You don’t want to end up in the news as being the contractor who sold a toilet seat to the government for $1,000.