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Green Building Opportunities

Businesses can get a good primer on green building standards and on LEED Certification by visiting the U.S. Green Building Council.

The Pacific Northwest is home to the Cascadia Green Building Council, which provides networking opportunities and more localized information.

Minority Supplier Development Council

Founded in 1978, the Northwest Mountain Minority Supplier Development Council is a nonprofit organization linking minority business enterprises with major corporations and public agencies.

Procurement Technical Assistance at the William Factory Incubator

The Incubator provides technology sophisticated facilities and support services for entrepreneurs who want to create job opportunities for area residents. The Incubator sponsors networking events between large and small firms to facilitate contracting on major projects in the Puget Sound Region. Information technology, legal, procurement and mentoring assistance are provided on-site.

Purchasing Officers

Joint Base Lewis-McChord and Naval Base Kitsap have procurement and supply centers that purchase from local businesses.

The Washington Bid Network is owned by the people of Washington and is administered by the North America Procurement Council (NAPC), a social enterprise.

The Master Contracts Usage Agreement (MCUA) is a one-time agreement necessary to meet statutory requirements allowing qualifying organizations to use Washington State master contracts.

Washington Procurement Technical Assistance Center

The Washington State Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) works to give businesses the opportunity to thrive in the government-contracting marketplace.

Ask us how we can help your company make use of these resources.