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.
In proposals, clear writing is critical to ensuring the evaluators understand your message.
Let's set the scene. You’ve just come on to a new proposal effort and are anxiously awaiting your writing assignment.
Federal proposals often require contractors to include resumes of their proposed team.
In this article, we will cover five things that instantly lead to a higher-scoring proposal during the evaluation process.
If you have participated in a proposal effort or two, odds are you know the basics of proposal writing.
To write a winning proposal, a proposal development team must present a solution that addresses the customer’s technical needs in a compelling, easy-to-understand narrative.
In the competitive world of bids and proposals, it is critical for proposals to not only be compliant but also responsive.
Individual accomplishments and experience have a chance to shine in today's competitive bid environment.
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.