The Oklahoma Bid Assistance Network (OBAN) at Indian Capital Technology Center is one of Oklahoma's statewide Procurement Technical Assistance Program (PTAP) resource providers. PTAP providers are a local resource available at no cost that can provide assistance to business firms in marketing products and services to federal, state, and local governments.
The OBAN mission is to contribute to creation of jobs and expansion of the economy in Oklahoma by providing specific, valuable resources to Oklahoma businesses as a PTAP provider network. The Oklahoma Bid Assistance Network is funded in part by the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) under the Department of Defense Procurement Technical Assistance Program (PTAP), the state of Oklahoma through the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education (ODCTE) and individual technology school districts in Oklahoma. OBAN Bid Assistance Coordinators are located within 16 technology school districts in the state. The OBAN program management and administration is provided through a program office located at the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education in Stillwater.
Bid Match Service
As a client of the Oklahoma Bid Assistance Network, you will receive daily bid matches based on your company's product or service. These bid matches are procurement opportunities gathered from federal, state, and local government agencies. As a service to our construction community, we provide a statewide construction summary twice weekly.
As a client of the Oklahoma Bid Assistance Network, you will receive one-on-one assistance as well as customized market research based on your company's product or service. You will also receive daily bid matches/procurement opportunities gathered from federal, state, and local government agencies. As a service to our construction community, we provide a statewide construction summary twice weekly. Other benefits include:
Network of procurement technical specialists
Access to CareerTech Business & Industry Services
SAM (System of Award Management)
Specialized training, workshops, and seminars
Companies positioning themselves to pursue and compete for government contracts at all levels must, in most cases, be registered with the applicable government agency. At the U.S. federal level, registration in the System for Award Management (SAM) is mandatory. Small businesses and businesses desiring to be recognized as small, disadvantaged and/or HUBZone status will need to complete certain certifications with the Small Business Administration (SBA). Registration with the State of Oklahoma Department of Central Services provides prospective vendors with notification of businesses and contacting opportunities. County and city/local agencies may also require vendor registration. The OBAN office can assist you in collecting the information you will need for SAM, SBA, and State of Oklahoma vendor registrations.
Client Intake Form
Obtain a DUNS Number
System for Awards Management (SAM)
Locate your NAICS Code
Small Business Administration
Federal Business Opportunities (FBO)
For More Information, contact:
Bid Assistance Coordinator