|Government Procurement Manager|
Enterprise Development and Government Procurement Specialist
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC)?
Am I a small business?
What do I need to do to receive assistance from the PTAC?
To receive assistance from the PTAC, you can call us at (570) 655-5581 and ask for Karen Ostroskie or Parc Eckersley. You can also reach us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. The PTAC staff will ask you to enroll in our program by answering a few questions about your business on our standard enrollment form.
What does the PTAC charge for its services?
The NEPA Alliance PTAC program is funded by the Department of Defense, Appalachian Regional Commission and the Department of Community and Economic Development. The PTAC does not currently charge clients for standard services. Their may be a registration fee for a seminar or event to cover our costs.
What counties do you service?
The NEPA Alliance PTAC program provides service in Carbon, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Monroe, Pike, Schuylkill and Wayne counties. If you do not live in one of the aforementioned counties, please visit http://www.aptac-us.org/new/ and click on the map to find a PTAC that provides service in your area.
Where is my local PTAC?
We are located at 1151 Oak Street in Pittston, Pennsylvania. To set up a counseling session, please call us at (570) 655-5581.
Do I have to come to your offices for a counseling session?
No, the PTAC will come to your business as soon as we can schedule a time that fits into our schedule and yours. We can also arrange to meet at your local Chamber of Commerce. Please keep in mind that we appreciate as much lead time as possible.
I run my business from a home office. Can I still use the PTAC's services?
Yes. If you prefer, you may visit our offices for a counseling session or we can arrange to meet with you at your local Chamber of Commerce. Please keep in mind that we appreciate as much lead time as possible.