Teaming Process

We look to partner with businesses, whether they are large or small that will provide complementary skills and relevant offerings, and most importantly those committed to building a long-term relationship with PTP. We will also work with select companies in pursuing strategic small business set-aside contracts.


How does our Teaming process work?

We encourage businesses, and future teaming partners that are interested in teaming with PTP to provide relevant information about their company such as:

  • Capabilities relevant to a specific contract or RFP
  • Past Performance
  • Customer knowledge and insight
  • Technical certifications such as: ISO, CMMI, PMP, ITIL, etc.
  • Industrial security clearance, as necessary
  • Ethical commitment
  • Financial stability

When should I notify PTP that I want to team?

At PTP we understand the Federal acquisition processes and we typically team well in advance.  Our teaming activity are usually accomplished through active marketing well in advance of an opportunity being released for procurement. Teammates can usually expect to be considered 6 to 12 months before the release of a request for proposal (RFP), depending on the bid.


How do I get started to become a team member?

If you’re looking to team with us us on an upcoming opportunity please submit a request in the the Contact Us form.  We will review your request and contact you.

Partners

People, Technology and Processes strives to support our strategic partners. We are committed to developing relationships with partnering companies to achieve the synergistic effect of different skill sets to help accomplish the goals and objectives of our customers. For partnering information please contact any of the companies shown.



































“PTP provided SEU outstanding course curriculum that supported the first Knowledge Management Boot Camp the University offered. The curriculum was comprehensive, especially how PTP leverage real-world experience throughout the course material. Our success with the course has led to integrating PTP’s KM course content into our Business Analyst undergraduate degree”

Joseph Childs, DBA
Prof. of Business, Southeastern University