In our industry, gaining as much insight as possible about contractor performance is always crucial, and who better to know about the positives and negatives of a program than your own Government customers?
The Executive Summary holds a unique and pivotal role in setting the stage for a winning proposal.
Writing templates are one of the first steps to complete once the draft and final solicitation are released. A writing template serves as the base of a successful proposal.
In the deadline-driven and highly competitive world of proposal development, effective time management is critical.
For businesses seeking to secure Government contracts, a clearly defined and comprehensive proposal schedule is essential for a smooth and successful proposal submission.
The number of self-scoring solicitations is increasing each fiscal year. Are you planning to pursue these opportunities but not quite sure where to start?
Within the world of US Federal Government Contracting, it is easy to become overwhelmed with all the acronyms that get thrown around. One acronym you might have come across is GWAC.
Many of you may have heard of the common proposal affliction, incumbentitis.
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.
The Management Approach within a federal government proposal is required by most RFPs and other types of solicitations.