Proposals oftentimes require a Staffing Plan that shows who, how many, what skillsets, and the Level of Effort (LOE) required to execute the actual work of the contract.
What is a Management Approach and How to Write One
The Management Approach within a federal government proposal is required by most RFPs and other types of solicitations.
How to Break into Government Contracting [Part 7]: Compete to Win
Like an Olympic athlete who must train, practice, and then qualify to compete, succeeding in the federal market also requires long-term preparation and planning.
How to Develop a Capture Plan [Guide + Template]
We’ve all experienced a proposal that lacked the appropriate capture before the final RFP release.
How the U.S. Government Had Sophisticated Design but Seemingly Lost it (And How to Get it Back!)
Although often overlooked, Graphic Design is incredibly integral to government work. Federal government design specifically relies on past and modern-day successes of good design practices in America.
Decorate the Tree: The Art of the Proposal Outline
Developing a compliant, reader-friendly proposal outline is a critical first step toward creating a winning proposal.
How to Hold a Successful Kickoff Meeting
Many of the most successful experiences in life have great beginnings:
A Deep Dive into Past Performance – How to Maximize Your Scoring Potential
As part of the federal contracting process, procuring agencies are interested in an offeror’s quality of product/service, cost control, timeliness of performance, business relations, and customer satisfaction, as evidenced by its past performance.
Developing Your Proposal Career: Roles and Certifications
Professional certifications can help increase salary and expand professional possibilities. Certifications are an excellent avenue for a proposal professional’s career development.
How to Survive High Turnover Among Your Proposal Team
The Great Resignation. The Big Quit. The Great Reshuffle.