Learn how the services offered MO PTAC procurement specialists helped Missouri businesses achieve success and win government contracts.
Lisa Garney’s CV reads like a superheroine’s: Construction supervisor and jack-of-most trades, attorney, pilot, White House intern, London School of Economics graduate, Corps of Engineers-certified quality control manager, master plumber. Plumber?
A passion for small towns
We celebrate Black History Month with this story of a talented, hard-working woman who found a niche and stuck with it.
How does a cable cross the road?
Why are veterans 45 percent more likely to be self-employed? Veteran Floyd Henson has some answers.
Moving with the market.
Triumph over adversity in Oregon County.
How did a small healthcare textiles firm make it to the big time? Government contracting.
The right team is as important as money. Biomaterials firm begins manufacturing dental varnish, plans to add 50 jobs.
Riding the storm out
Specializing in variety
From $38,000 to $1.3 million and 25 federal projects
They’d never worked in the conditions they found in Joplin
As a service-disabled, veteran-owned small business, Foxhole Technology accrues distinct advantages in procuring government contracts through MO PTAC.
Ridewell Corporation was hesitant to step into the contracting arena. Until MO PTAC came calling.
What’s a little laundry between friends? So reads the website of Robinson’s Cleaners, a third-generation business owned a brother and sister team.
General contractor turns construction experience to business success in St. Louis.
Blue Springs environmental services firm makes positive strides with advice from MU Extension business development experts
KC tech equipment supplier rapidly reaches milestone in government contracts
Nanotechnology firm capitalizes on advice from MU business development team.