Category: Selling to the government (procurement)

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SBA announces SupplierPay

New payment system for small business suppliers to shorten payment times.

PSRI Technologies, LLC – Jefferson City & Chesterfield

We celebrate Black History Month with this story of a talented, hard-working woman who found a niche and stuck with it.

What’s on your wish list?

The specialists at the Missouri Business Development Program can help make some of your business wishes reality.

ACE Midwest, LLC — Parkville

How does a cable cross the road?
Very carefully.

InnovaPrep LLC – Drexel

The price of vigilance

Central Ozark Machine, Inc. – Alton

Triumph over adversity in Oregon County.

Phoenix Textile Corporation – O’Fallon

How did a small healthcare textiles firm make it to the big time? Government contracting.

JHS Specialties – Valles Mines

The discipline, drive and determination to get the job done

Green Field Energy Group – Lee’s Summit

Who says government contracting is dying?

Government contracting: Still a fertile field for businesses

The government is purchasing more than $500 billion worth of goods and services.

WideBand Corporation – Gallatin

Big ideas from a small town … how computer network manufacturer WideBand Corporation developed additional technologies to win government research grants.

Vazquez Commercial Contracting, LLC – Kansas City

From $38,000 to $1.3 million and 25 federal projects

C & M Contractors, Inc. – Doniphan

They’d never worked in the conditions they found in Joplin

Infinite Energy Construction – Kansas City

FastTrac Growth Venture courses pay off for this construction company.

Foxhole Technology Inc., Springfield

As a service-disabled, veteran-owned small business, Foxhole Technology accrues distinct advantages in procuring government contracts through MO PTAC.

Ridewell Corporation – Springfield

Ridewell Corporation was hesitant to step into the contracting arena. Until MO PTAC came calling.

Robinson’s Cleaners – Columbia & Jefferson City

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.

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