GOLDEN STATE PROCUREMENT TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER

Securing a government contract can be a daunting process, the Golden State PTAC is here to help.

We serve businesses in Kern, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, and Ventura counties.

WE GUIDE local & regional businesses on HOW TO OBTAIN AND perform on government contracts.

Whether you’re looking to contract with a government agency at the federal, state, or local level, our counselors will work with you to fulfill your procurement goals. To receive one-on-one counseling, complete our online application, and a member of the Golden State PTAC will follow up with you.

How We Can Help

Obtaining contracts with government agencies at any level requires a targeted approach. Our counselors will work with you to define your business goals and help put you in the best position to access government contracting opportunities.

From paperwork and government websites to understanding the requirements of multiple government agencies, we have the expertise to help our clients navigate those barriers.

Start the procurement process today with the Golden State PTAC!

Client Enrollment

The first step to learning about government contracting is Client Enrollment. Our goal is to help your business search, submit proposals for and perform on government contracts, and to do so, we need to learn about you!

Please fill out our short application to become a Golden State PTAC client.

 

Services At No Cost

All of our services are 100% free. Some services we offer include:

  • Determining eligibility
  • Individual Counseling/Group Training
  • Government Vendor Registration
  • Small and Disadvantaged Business Certification Assistance
  • Help create contracting-specific marketing materials
  • Review marketing collateral
  • Sourcing bids & projects including Bid Match Service
  • Liaison between small businesses and government agencies 

OUR UPCOMING EVENTS

Check back with us soon for more webinars and networking opportunities!

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