PUEBLO, Colo. – Colorado Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) will hold office hours in Pueblo starting Aug. 9 to provide government contracting assistance for local small businesses.
A new partnership between Pueblo County Office of Economic Development and Geographic Information Systems (EDGIS) and Pueblo Latino Chamber of Commerce makes this possible.
“This partnership allows us to provide more consistent support to the community of Pueblo and we hope to make a big impact,” said Dennis Casey, executive director, Colorado PTAC.
The Latino Chamber of Commerce will house PTAC every second and fourth Wednesday of the month at 215 Victoria Avenue, Pueblo, CO. 81003.
PTAC will offer individual counseling and classes on all aspects of government contracting from this location.
Colorado PTAC is headquartered in Colorado Springs with satellite offices in Aurora, Westminster, Fort Collins, Golden, and Pueblo. PTAC educates and assists and Colorado small businesses wanting to grow their business through government contracting at any level – federal, state, county or local. Funded by federal, state and private contributions, Colorado PTAC is one of 97 programs across the country providing expert procurement guidance at no-cost to any Colorado business. Since inception in 2009, Colorado PTAC has provided government acquisition assistance to more than 4,000 businesses. Clients have received more than one billion dollars in government contracts awards which impacted more than 21,000 jobs throughout the state. Colorado PTAC is the only organization in the state that focuses solely around selling to the government.
Contact: Dennis Casey | (719) 667-3849 | firstname.lastname@example.org