Illinois Procurement Technical Assistance Centers

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Illinois Procurement Technical Assistance Centers


Procurement Technical Assistance Centers help Illinois companies that are interested in doing business with the government. The goal is to provide access to government contracting opportunities for companies that may be new to this market. The program provides clients with assistance in bid applications, targeted contracting opportunities, bar code and packaging information government standards and specifications, quality assistance guidelines certifications radio frequency identification, Unique identification and training opportunities.

Chicago area PTACs:

* Illinois PTAC at College of DuPage

2525 Cabot Drive, Suite 201 Lisle, 60532

(630) 942-2184

Fax: (630) 505-4931

web: www.cod.edu

* Illinois PTAC at College of Lake County

19351 West Washington Street, Room T -302 Grayslake, IL 60030-1198

(847) 543-2025, ext. 2580

Fax: (847) 223-9371

www.clcillinois.edu/depts/pta.asp

* Illinois PTAC at Governors State University

College of Business. Room 3370 University Park. IL 60466-0975

(708) 235-7635

Fax: (708) 534-1646

web: www.centerpointgsu.com

* Illinois PTAC at Illinois Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

1800 West Cermak Road Chicago, IL 60608

(312) 492-9960 ext. 112

Fax: (312) 445-2356

web: www.ihccbusiness.net

* Illinois PTAC at North Business & Industrial Council (NORBIC)

8430 W. Bryn Mawr Chicago, 60631

(773) 594-9292 ext. 231

Fax: (773) 594-9416

web: www.norbic.org

* Illinois PTAC at Womens Business Development Center

8 South Michigan, Suite 400 Chicago, Il 60603-3302

(312) 853-3477, ext. …

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