Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC)


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The NJIT Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) has delivered invaluable small business support services to twenty counties throughout the State of New Jersey since 1986.

Free technical assistance is available to established New Jersey based small businesses seeking to sell their products and services to government contractors and federal, state, and local government agencies. Our Procurement Specialists assist in navigating the private and public sector procurement processes with one-on-one and group counseling, proposal reviews, certification and registration assistance, marketing, post award requirements and specialized training.

Operating under a cost sharing cooperative agreement between the Department of Defense and the prestigious New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), PTAC has leveraged the university's knowledge base and resources to provide state of the art services and technical support that have influenced over 3.3 billion dollars ($3.3B) in contract awards for our clients.  As we celebrate our thirtieth year of operation, we thank NJIT, the Defense Logistics Agency, the Department of Defense, and all of our partners for making our journey and successes possible. 

To schedule a session with a Procurement Specialist, please register at:  http://njitptac.ecenterdirect.com


What, Where, When and How the Government Makes its Purchases

The federal government buys $280 Billion dollars for goods and services annually.

All purchases under $150,000 (except those contracts under $3,000) are set-aside solely for Small Business.

The Centers Electronic Bid matching service matches your company's capabilities with current federal, state and local government opportunities, daily. The Procurement Center then sends these bid-matches to your email account.

Specific assistance and more is provided in the following areas:

  1. Market Research (Fedbizopps.gov)
  2. Identifying your (NAIC) Codes and or Product or Service Codes (PSC/FSC)
  3. Registering on all appropriate web sites (SAM)
  4. Matching a firm's product or service with what's purchased by the federal government
  5. Review of RFP's, RFQ's and solicitations
  6. Federal Acquisition Regulations (FARS, DFARS)
  7. Certification / Verification assistance