Workshops Available to Assist with Government Contracting

2015-01-26
Billions of dollars are spent each year by federal, state and local governments. Significant economic impact can be realized when Kentucky businesses have the opportunity to bid and win these contracts. As such, the Kentucky Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) and the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government (LFUCG) have teamed together to offer workshops to educate and train small businesses seeking to secure government contracts. All classes are free and open to the public.

“The KY PTAC is continuing to strengthen the economy by providing businesses with the services and resources necessary to become competitive in government contracting,” said PTAC Director Dee Dee Harbut. “These workshops are only a part of the services we offer to help them navigate their way to winning contracts with the government. PTAC’s goal is to support Kentucky businesses as they grow, offering relevant, current and effective consulting and training on topics pertinent to government contracting.”

“LFUCG is pleased to partner with PTAC to expand class offerings for minority and women owned businesses,” said Marilyn Clark, LFUCG Minority Business Enterprise Liaison. “Although some of the workshops are tailored to address minority and women-owned businesses, many will be of interest to any business interested in government contracting. We believe stronger businesses create a stronger economy and a better community.”

Click here for a list of upcoming workshops that will guide you through goverment contracting.





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