The National Center's
Procurement Technical Assistance Center
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"Our mission is to develop and expand an American Indian private sector which employs Indian labor, increases the number of viable tribal and individual Indian businesses, and positively impacts and involves reservation communities, by establishing business relationships between Indian enterprises and private industry."
The National Center’s Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) provides professional business consulting services and technical assistance to Native American-owned businesses regarding marketing and selling to the Federal, state, local and tribal governments and large prime contractors. Assistance extends to all Native American businesses (American Indian, Alaska Native Corporations and Native Hawaiians) and includes tribes and individual businesses both on and off reservations. Services are free.
The Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) is a supporting non-profit program of the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED). This procurement technical assistance center is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the Defense Logistics Agency
The Goal of the PTAC is to provide contract identification and procurement assistance to Native American Firms (American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian). The PTAC makes available contract bid opportunities from federal, state, local and tribal government, large prime contractors and corporations throughout the country.
We are committed to assisting all Native Americans to achieve self-sufficiency. Additionally, our mission is to assist in the development and expansion of the American Indian private sector which employs Indian labor, increases the number of viable tribal and individual Indian businesses, and makes a positive impact on reservation communities. This is achieved in part by establishing business relationships between Indian enterprises and private industry. federal, state, local, and tribal government procurement offices.