The Guam Procurement Technical Assistance Center was established on October 1, 2008 funded
in part by the Defense Logistics Agency. Through the efforts of the Honorable Felix P.
Camacho, Governor of Guam, President Robert Underwood, University of Guam, Dean Anita
Borja-Enriquez, UOG School of Business and Public Administration, Guam Economic Development
and Commerce Authority, the Small Business Administration, Guam Small Business Development
Center, Guam Department of Labor, Bank of Guam, GTA TeleGuam, M80 Office Systems, Guam received
its first Procurement Technical Assistance Program.
It is the intent of the Guam PTAC to provide services needed to ensure that Guam Small Businesses are competitive in the local and federal marketplace. Partnerships are being developed to expand technical assistance to small businesses. The center is staffed with trained professionals in business and government and is hosted by the University of Guam School of Business and Public Administration. We invite you to navigate through our website filled with many resources to help your business succeed in the 21st century.
11 October, 2012
UOG School of Business & Public Administration Building, Room 131
9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Are you interested in government contracting, but are not sure how to respond to advertised Request for Proposals (RFPs)? This workshop will focus on the content of an RFP and will walk participants through the common sections and clauses of the document. Focus will also be on technical and evaluation factors that will contribute to responding to RFPs. Join us for this interactive, hands-on workshop.