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Virginia Procurement

Doing Business with the Commonwealth of Virginia

If you are interested in doing business with the Commonwealth, the Crater Procurement Assistance Center can assist you with the following:

Register for e-VA
Register in Virginia’s statewide e-procurement solution, eVA, to have information about your business provided to more than 9,000 users. Read more about eVA here »

Get SWAM or Micro Business Certified
We can help you get certified as a Small, Women or Minority-Owned Business (SWAM) and if you qualify, you can certify as a Micro Business.

In addition, a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Company can obtain a special designation on their SWAM certification. Both services are available at no charge. Read more about SWAM and Micro Business Certification and SDVOC designation here »

Selling to the Commonwealth

Anyone who sells goods and services is a potential vendor to the Commonwealth of Virginia, which lists all major products and services in Virginia Business Opportunities. Read more about VBO here »

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Request Assistance

Join the Crater PTAC to receive the resources and training to become involved with government contracting.

PTAC service area map

Crater Procurement Assistance Center, serving as a Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC), is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the Defense Logistics Agency. Crater Procurement Assistance Center is sponsored by the Crater Planning District Commission.

Service area

Our coverage area consists of these counties and cities: Buckingham, Cumberland, Amelia, Prince Edward, Charlotte, Halifax, Pittsylvania, Danville, Martinsville, Henry, Franklin, Nottoway, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, Chesterfield, Powhatan, Goochland, Hopewell, Colonial Heights, Prince George, Petersburg, Dinwiddie, Brunswick, Charles City, Surry, Sussex, Emporia and Greenville.

All personnel are PTAC employees.