Category: Selling to the government (procurement)
New payment system for small business suppliers to shorten payment times.
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.
The specialists at the Missouri Business Development Program can help make some of your business wishes reality.
How does a cable cross the road?
Moving with the market.
The price of vigilance
Triumph over adversity in Oregon County.
How did a small healthcare textiles firm make it to the big time? Government contracting.
The discipline, drive and determination to get the job done
Who says government contracting is dying?
Riding the storm out
The government is purchasing more than $500 billion worth of goods and services.
Big ideas from a small town … how computer network manufacturer WideBand Corporation developed additional technologies to win government research grants.
From $38,000 to $1.3 million and 25 federal projects
They’d never worked in the conditions they found in Joplin
FastTrac Growth Venture courses pay off for this construction company.
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.