NH-PTAP Selling to State Governments
NH-PTAP clients sell their products and services to state and local governments around the nation. We can help you:
- find bid opportunities;
- locate state and local government agencies;
- understand the local "rules of the road."
Within New Hampshire, most (but not all) of the state’s contracting and purchasing is done through the New Hampshire Department of Administrative Services.
These are the lead purchasing agencies in New Hampshire government, but many state agencies have their own procurement functions, particularly if their needs are specialized and ongoing.Other New Hampshire State agency purchasing websites:
Requests for Proposal (RFPs), Requests for Qualifications (RFQs), and Requests for Information (RFIs) can originate from a state agency directly, and/or the activity may be posted in the newspaper. Clients should be aware how each agency approaches procurement and frequently track the website or newspaper of interest. Other New Hampshire purchasing websites:
Purchasing opportunities are also available through New Hampshire cities and towns; download a list of city and town government contacts here
Procurement websites of other states
Receive notice of new solicitations!
NH-PTAP can automatically match your company's products or services through its free Bid Match Program
, featuring daily bid notices reporting what the government is buying or planning to buy.
For more information, call 603-271-7581 or via email
NH-PTAP, which serves as a Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC), is funded in part through a cooperative agreement from the Department of Defense (DOD) through a program that is administered by the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA). The content of any written materials or verbal communications of the PTAC does not necessarily reflect the official views of or imply endorsement by DOD or DLA. NH-PTAP is also funded by the NH Department of Resources and Economic Development (DRED), and operates as a program of the Business Resource Center within the Division of Economic Development (DED).