You may be new to government contracting or interested in making the government your next customer–either way we have the answers! Join the open forum and networking opportunity on June 9 at 11:00 AM. Our panel of subject matter experts, Patty Cox, Rosalind Dix and Christy Cummings Dawson of the Montana PTAC will be there … Read more
Join the Billings PTAC for a virtual industry day with the Bureau of Reclamation and learn more about how to do business with this federal agency! Topics covered include: – Overview of BOR: their purpose and mission – How does BOR purchase goods and services? What purchasing vehicles do they use? – What types of … Read more
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The House and Senate have agreed to eliminate service-disabled veteran-owned small business self-certification and adopt a government-wide SDVOSB certification requirement, while transferring control of the certification process from the VA to the SBA. Read the full article published by Koprince Law LLC by clicking HERE!
Join Patty Cox from the Missoula PTAC for coffee and an introduction to government contracting. All innovators are encouraged to attend! We will provide information on where to find FREE assistance with government contracting, readiness factors, and registering as a vendor. Explore how to make the government your next customer. Learn if government contracting is … Read more
CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE REGISTRATION PAGE This free event, which is now in its fourth year, is two events in one: The business support expo is an open house where you can meet with representatives of organizations that provide free and low-cost business assistance. The matchmaking portion of the event is a rare … Read more
On June 8 of this year, Montana Governor Steve Bullock signed Executive Order No. 15-2018, Requiring Disclosure of Dark Money Spending for Entities Doing Business with the State, which states “It is the policy of the executive branch that entities seeking to do business with the State of Montana must disclose contributions or expenditures they … Read more