Massachusetts Procurement Technical Assistance Center


Award Summary for FY22


The Massachusetts Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) program successfully completed its 23rd year assisting small businesses interested in doing business with federal, state, local governments and Prime Contractors. Total award dollars for the 12-month period ending June 30, 2022 was $200 million. One government contracting advisory area (Central Massachusetts) is funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) resources, which tracks government contracting metrics differently than the Defense Logistics Agency. Therefore, SBA-funded award data is not included in the bar graph below.

The 23-year cumulative award total is $2.1 billion.

Massachusetts PTAC - Summary of Contract Awards (in millions)

FY22 data

Data Sources: (1) PTAC clients report award data via quarterly online surveys and
(2) (FPDS) data feed for active, Massachusetts PTAC clients only.


Results Summary

Demand for PTAC counseling services remained steady (during the post-pandemic period) with 545 active clients, which included 359 new clients requesting PTAC services. DLA-funded PTAC staff spent 2,067 hours in counseling time and supported 42 events. The following table summarizes state-wide client awards for each major award source category such as Department of Defense (DoD), Other Federal and State/Local.

DoD Other Federal State & Local Total*
$96,321,647 $102,075,634 $1,626,853 $200,024,134

*Award data for SBA-funded Government Sales advisor is not included in table above.

Prime/Subcontract Award Breakdown:

Prime Contracts (99%) — $198,739,269
Subcontracts (<1%) — $1,284,865