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  • CT PTAC solves the puzzle of government contracting
  • For Connecticut startups interested in selling their goods or services to federal, state, or local government
  • As the bridge between buyers and suppliers, proving subject matter expertise in government sector contracting and assisting clients to maximize their services and product sales opportunity.


CT PTAC has a mission to provide marketing and procurement assistance to Connecticut businesses interested in selling their goods or services to the defense industry or government agencies while increasing the state’s economic base. A statewide program serving all cities and towns in Connecticut, CT PTAC provides no-charge assistance to businesses, communities, and governments. This procurement technical assistance center is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the Defense Logistics Agency.

Who’s it for?

Connecticut startups interested in selling their goods or services to the defense industry or federal, state, or local governments



Support our national security by ensuring a broad base of capable, Connecticut suppliers for the defense industry and other government agencies while increasing Connecticut’s small business economic base.

Resources & Services

Counseling Services

CT PTAC offers the following services at no cost:

  • One-on-one counseling sessions
  • State and federal registrations
  • Certification application
  • Solicitation analysis
  • Bid preparation
  • Contract administration

Notice: Requirements to become a CT PTAC Client

  1. Your business must be headquartered in Connecticut
  2. Your business must have been in business for at least two years
  3. Your business must have a valid email address and internet access

If you represent a Connecticut business, meet the above requirements and are interested in our services, request assistance

Training and Events

Webinars are typically held every Tuesday and Thursday on a variety of topics. CT PTAC also hosts workshops, seminars, and procurement conferences


A computerized service matching business capabilities to federal, state, and local bids.

Resource Library

A collection of useful information such as military specs, state and local regulations, pricing histories, and articles on government contract topics.


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