Business & Industry

Bid Assistance

 

Dana Harwell, CCAS

580.255.2903, ext. 270

dharwell@rrtc.edu

 

Obtain a government contract for your business. Millions of dollars are awarded each year to providers of goods and services to city, county, state, federal agencies, and the Department of Defense.

Bid Assistance helps area businesses obtain these contracts. Assistance is available to cut through red tape, find what contracts are out for bid, how to request an opportunity to bid, and how to complete and submit a bid package.

A plan room is available for construction clients’ use to bid on projects.

Other important websites regarding government contracting:

To become a client of the Red River Technology Center’s Bid Assistance Program (which is also known as a PTAC –Procurement Technical Assistance Center) please click on the link below, complete the form, and then click submit.  The Coordinator will then be in contact with you to complete the application process.
http://www.ptassist.com/services/ptac_web_application.php?id=E36CC41183

Obtain a DUNS number for Government Contracting:  http://fedgov.dnb.com/webform/displayHomePage.do;jsessionid=81407B1F03F2BDB123DD47D19158B75F

Obtain a EIN/TIN from the IRS:  http://www.irs.gov/Businesses/Small-Businesses-&-Self-Employed/Employer-ID-Numbers-(EINs)

Locate your NAICS code(s):  http://www.census.gov/eos/www/naics/

Federal Supply Classification Codes (FSC):  https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=getstart&mode=list&tab=list&tabmode=list&static=faqs#q4

System for Award Management (SAM):   https://www.sam.gov/portal/public/SAM/

Federal Business Opportunities (FBO):  www.fbo.gov/

 

Business Development Services


 

Jackie Jacobi

580.255.2903, ext. 271

jjacobi@rrtc.edu

 

Small businesses continue to be the underlying economic power base of this country.  Red River Technology Center is committed to helping area businesses succeed.

The Business Development Services program provides entrepreneurs with the resources and information they need to start and grow a successful business venture.  The program provides adult entrepreneurship and financial education throughout the year through training workshops and individual consultations.

Click here to learn more about the Business Development Program.

Connect with Jackie and other entrepreneurs at www.linkedin.com/in/jackiejacobi

For Business News and Updates follow Jackie at www.twitter.com/jackiejacobi

For online information and resources to start your business visit www.JackieJacobi.com

 

Click here for information about Duncan Project DREAM

 

 

Industrial Coordination


 

Sam Porter

580.255.2903, ext. 275

sporter@rrtc.edu

 

Red River Technology Center provides customized training and services to new and existing businesses and industries. Industrial coordination proactively assists companies by bringing together those resources, both internally and externally, to meet current and future needs.

RRTC develops long-term training partnerships by working with company representatives to outline the content of training, time frame for implementation and responsibility for completion. Training can be conducted at the company’s facility or at RRTC.

Connect with Sam at www.linkedin.com/in/samdporter

Welding TIP enrollment and agreement form

 

Environmental, Health and Safety Services

Kent Web

 

 

Kent Brown

580.255.2903, ext. 236

kbrown@rrtc.edu

Safety and health should be a state of mind, an attitude, an instinctual consciousness of our surroundings and our actions. Safety is a responsibility we owe to ourselves and to everyone around us.

Red River Technology Center is ready to assist your business with its environmental, health, and safety training program.  Our Environmental, Health and Safety team can prepare and present curriculum, provide training, and conduct safety walk-throughs at your site.  We can customize and present topics at your safety meetings, or provide a more extensive training program.  Our training resources are specialized according to industry needs and schedules. We can help direct your organization to be a safer, healthier workplace.

Click here to see the Environmental, Health and Safety Services brochure

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA):  http://www.osha.gov/

Energy Training Council (ETC):  http://www.energytrainingcouncil.org/

SafeLandUSA:  http://www.safelandusa.org/

American Heart Association CPR:  http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/

 

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