Give your team the skills and processes to capture new business and manage proposal development effectively with our two new courses—and our capture, writing, and proposal management training offerings. Winning Business for Federal Contract Project Managers – NEW This class demonstrates the role project managers and corporate staff have in business development (BD) and proposal submissions. Even though BD and proposals may not be in your job description, winning contracts is essential to the growth of the company and everyone should be prepared to support that mission. In this course, you’ll learn what the business acquisition lifecycle is and how you can contribute to winning more business. Winning GWACs/IDIQs and Task Orders for Federal Contractors – NEW 2016 is a peak year for competition on GWACs and IDIQs. Once the peak buying cycle passes, the competition for these vehicles will slow to a trickle until the next peak period arrives in 10 … Continue reading Train your winning team | 2 new classes for government contractors
I recently returned from the largest gathering of capture and proposal professionals in the world: APMP Bid and Proposal Con 2015 in Seattle, WA. Capture and proposal professionals – be they managers, coordinators, analysts, writers, SMEs, pricing experts, graphic designers, desktop publishers – work in one of the most time and compliance-sensitive fields. The stress can be palpable. So, it was truly invigorating to gather with 726 colleagues to share war stories, lessons learned, and best practices as well as recognize accomplishments with APMP Chapter awards. When you join APMP as a member, you affiliate with a Chapter. The APMP-National Capital Area (NCA) is the biggest in the U.S. and as such offers the best opportunities. You don’t have to be local to Washington, DC-Maryland-Virginia to affiliate with APMP-NCA. We have members spanning the country. Why? Because as the biggest Chapter in the nation, we offer in-person and virtual programs, networking, professional development, and educational opportunities that … Continue reading Bigger is better!