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Strength-Based Winning: Win More by Solutioning to Strengths | Oct. 14, 2018 (sponsored by ACT-IAC) | Philadelphia, PA

Sponsored by ACT-IAC as a day of training to kick off Imagine Nation – ELC 2018!!

Class date: Sun., Oct. 14, 2018  8:00 am – 4:30 pm Class location: Philadelphia Convention Center (Sponsored by ACT-IAC as a day of training to kick off Imagine Nation – ELC 2018!!) Note: You do not have to attend Imagine Nation – ELC 2018 or be an ACT-IAC member to attend this class! Winning proposals have the best and possibly the most strengths. This class sets the framework for how the Government evaluates proposals and what constitutes a strength to Government evaluators. Attendees learn how to perform strength-based capture, strength-based solutioning, and strength-focused proposal reviews as well as write proposal text that highlights those strengths. Registration: Click to register What you will learn: In this Strength-Based Solutioning seminar, you’ll learn how to: How the government evaluates proposals and determines strengths, weaknesses, deficiencies and risks How to plan and manage effective strength-based solutioning sessions How to budget and map strengths for … Continue reading Strength-Based Winning: Win More by Solutioning to Strengths | Oct. 14, 2018 (sponsored by ACT-IAC) | Philadelphia, PA

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Introduction to Strengths-Based Winning in Federal Contracting | Pre-conference workshop at Deltek Insight 2018 (PCW14)

Date: November 5, 2018 Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Location: Deltek Insights 2018 Conference, Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center, Dallas, TX PCW14 – Introduction to Strengths-Based Winning in Federal Contracting Course Level: Intermediate Most of what professionals know about developing proposals is pure folklore. This class pulls back the curtain to reveal how the government actually evaluates proposals and what constitutes a strength to government evaluators. In this paradigm-shifting class, attendees will cast aside folklore and learn how to develop proposals that make it easy for the government to award you the contract. Attendees learn how to perform strength-based capture, strength-based solutioning, and strength-focused proposal reviews as well as write proposal text that highlights those strengths. After completing this course you will be able to: Understand what constitutes a Strength from the Federal Government evaluator perspective Solution Strengths as well as identify weaknesses, deficiencies, and risks of your offer that … Continue reading Introduction to Strengths-Based Winning in Federal Contracting | Pre-conference workshop at Deltek Insight 2018 (PCW14)

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Creating a unified corporate focus on winning new business through knowledge management

How difficult is it to collect proof points, metrics, resumes, or past performance related to an opportunity you’re trying to pursue? One way to improve access to your organization’s information assets and improve your win rate is by improving your internal Knowledge Management (KM) system(s). What is KM? Davenport[1] defines KM as “the process of capturing, distributing, and effectively using knowledge.” KM is a key element in successful business development (BD). Effective capture, storage, integration, and analysis of information is essential to understand and defeat your competition, create a winning solution, and represent your company as a capable, best choice for the job. Consider all the information you capture and maintain as a company: ·  Resumes ·  Past performance ·  Metrics ·  Boilerplate ·  Templates ·  Checklists ·  Best practices ·  Success stories and kudos ·  Financial data ·  Certifications and awards ·  Graphics ·  Debriefs ·  Lessons learned ·  … Continue reading Creating a unified corporate focus on winning new business through knowledge management

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Can proposal managers and contracting officers find common ground?

Do proposal managers and contracting officers (COs) have anything in common? Most likely, what we have in common is that we are on each other’s list of pet peeves. Or, one could argue, proposal managers think about the CO much more often than the CO thinks about us! As in, “When will the CO answer the questions? Will the CO extend the due date?” In addition, very rarely, if ever, are proposal managers and COs in the same room. Usually, the capture manager, program manager, and/or business development (BD) professional handles one-on-one meetings with the CO, so proposal managers and COs rarely if ever come face to face. If we ever meet, it is usually in a public setting such as an industry day. Last month, I had the opportunity to participate in a National Contract Management Association (NCMA) Government Contract Management Symposium (GCMS) breakout session—Talking to the Other Side: … Continue reading Can proposal managers and contracting officers find common ground?

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