It is generally accepted that people remember more of what they see than what they read or hear.
If you have participated in a proposal effort or two, odds are you know the basics of proposal writing.
The Proposal Management Plan is the operations plan for the Proposal Manager and the proposal team to answer the RFP.
The Past Performance section in a proposal provides evidence of your previous success to your customer by exhibiting your proven ability to deliver a quality product or service in a timely and cost-controlled manner.
As I discovered after graduating college and having to pay for my own Microsoft Office (MSO) subscription, software can be expensive! This is especially true for commonly used project management and office programs.
An oral presentation with the government is like a job interview. Your goal is to present well and ultimately win the contract.
Graphics are what distinguish an effective proposal. Research shows that readers recall seven times more information when presented with a graphic than through text alone.
Data calls typically occur early in the proposal effort, but can ostensibly happen at any point during the proposal planning or writing processes.
The Cost or Price Proposal is exactly what it sounds like: a detailed account of the costs of your Technical and Management Approaches for a potential government contract.