Andrew Raynor Dover NH
Next Wednesday (9/18) is National PTAC Day, so this is a great time to put the spotlight on our team at the New Hampshire Procurement Technical Assistance Center.
Program manager Dave Pease, Danielle Bishop and Jane Brezosky work with hundreds of New Hampshire businesses each year to help them bid on – and win – contracts with local, state and federal agencies. These are great clients to have, but unlike regular B2B, contracting with the government involves complex processes and procedures, to ensure transparency and fairness.
If you think you don’t, you probably do have a product the government wants to buy. Just ask the Country Braid House of Tilton. https://youtu.be/pzGAx_mTzGg
Is it worth it? It sure is to our economy. Last year, New Hampshire businesses scored $2.7 billion in federal contracts.
When you think about government contracting, you may think about aerospace and defense – that’s what the government is interested in, right?
Wrong! Government needs what any business needs, so if your business provides goods and services, there could be a market for it.
For instance, the NH PTAC team has worked with these businesses to secure government contracts:
- Stacey Thomson of Orford is contracted for tree clearing and planting at the New Boston Air Station and Saint Gaudens National Historic Site in Cornish.
- Granite Commercial Real Estate of Nashua provides warehousing for Hanscomb Air Force Base, and classroom space rental in Washington, DC for the US Department of Treasury.
- Normandeau Trucking, Inc. of Groveton has a contract with the US Fish and Wildlife Service for dumpster hauling.
- O’Connor Legal, Medical and Media Services in Manchester provides federal grand jury transcription services.
- Radiation Safety & Control Services in Seabrook conducts radiation safety audits for the US Food and Drug Administration
- Prenax, Inc. in Concord provides annual newspaper subscriptions to inmates at the Federal Correctional Complex, Florence, Colo.
Happy National PTAC Day!