Disaster

Contractors – Watch out for “disaster opportunism”

APTAC staff article – October 8, 2016 Don’t be fooled – there is NO “priority vendor” list for FEMA Hurricane Matthew is being used as a platform to circulate false information to potential government contractors by companies peddling “priority vendor … Continued

PTAC Counselors Have What It Takes to Help You Succeed

By: The hard-working team at the Washington PTAC Your local PTAC team is laser focused on increasing the number of government contracts awarded to the companies they serve. Some businesses haven’t discovered all the talent, knowledge, and skills their PTAC … Continued

Disaster Contracting Tips for Small Businesses

With the recent devastating storms and floods in Texas and Oklahoma – and hurricane and wildfire seasons just around the corner –  it seems timely to reprint this article on how small businesses can best participate in responding to natural … Continued

Disaster Contracting Tips for Small Businesses

By Carter Merkle, Oklahoma Bid Assistance Network PTAC Natural Disasters can be a time of crisis or opportunity for small business government contractors. The Thomas T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, passed in 2007, requires FEMA to contract … Continued

Disaster Preparedness for Small Business Contractors

By Liz Kallen, Rockland Economic Development Corporation PTAC Natural Disasters can be a time of crisis or opportunity for small business government contractors. According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) www.Ready.gov website, up to 40% of businesses affected by … Continued