After retiring from the U.S. Army, in 1997, became a part-time counselor with ACPAC. In 2000, became the Senior Procurement Counselor, and became the Director in 2004 with the retirement of the former Director, Thomas E. (Thom) Brewer, Jr.
Jeffrey B. (Jeff) Smith, Procurement Counselor E-mail: email@example.com Telephone: 936-633-5424
Jeff began working with ACPAC in 2009 and has become a part-time Procurement Counselor. Jeff is a retired Major from the U.S. Army Reserve, with over 13 years of active duty service. He has worked in various positions in the civilian and military markets involved with contracting.
ACPAC - Vision
Be the premier organization that small businesses go to for assistance with government contracting in the Texas Forest Country.
ACPAC - Mission
The primary mission of the Angelina College Procurement Assistance Center (ACPAC) is to cultivate an interest by the Small Business Community to participate in Government Procurement.
The Department of Defense (and other Governmental agencies as well) is fully committed toward making a concerted effort to seek out and assist Small Businesses, Small Disadvantaged Businesses (SDB), Women-Owned Small Businesses (WOSB), Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) Small Business Concerns, Service-disabled Veteran-owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB), and Historically Black Colleges and Minority Institutions (HBCU/MIs).
ACPAC is to generate interest among our clients in bidding on and receiving government procurement awards.To provide specialized and professional assistance to individuals and businesses seeking to learn about contracting and subcontracting opportunities, actively seeking contracting and subcontracting opportunities, and/or performing under contracts and subcontracts with DoD, other federal agencies, or state and local governments.
The secondary mission of ACPAC is to generate job opportunities in the area we service, through either:
Receipt of new government procurement, which results in generation of new jobs.
Receipt of new government procurement, which results in planned layoffs being delayed or canceled, thereby retaining jobs.
A third mission is the introduction of clients in our service area to new technologies and the benefits this technology can provide them, regardless of whether the source is government or commercial.
A fourth mission is to assist Veterans in understanding their benefits and processes so that they can become a Service-disabled Veteran-owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB). This is strictly based upon ACPAC employees who are Veterans and Veteran Family Members who have a desire to assist other Veterans.