Articles tagged with : proposal

Proposal Writing for Federal Contractors: Guide the Evaluator to Award You the Contract | December 12, 2019

Class date: December 12, 2019 In this class, you will learn how to improve your proposal writing, resulting in improved proposal quality and increased win rates. Students will learn what constitutes great proposal writing as well as how to plan and write effective proposals, avoid pitfalls commonly found in proposal writing, and write content to efficiently increase proposal evaluation scores. Class exercises allow students to practice these skills in class with instructor feedback. Registration: Click to register What you will learn: How the government evaluates proposals in order to write content that achieves high scores Seven proven quality measures for analyzing proposal content How to get organized with schedules, compliance matrices, and outlines How to make best use of internal resources How to plan proposal content using techniques such as content plans and annotated outlines How to develop Strength Statements How to use proof points for better persuasion How to...

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Proposal Management for Federal Contractors: Essential Skills and Best Practices | October 24, 2019

Class date: October 24, 2019 Proposal management covers the process government contractors use to create winning proposals for full-and-open competitions and task order contracts. Proposal management follows a structured process comprising a series of scalable actions and steps aimed at creating high-scoring proposals that result in winning bids. In this seminar, we’ll explore Lohfeld Consulting Group’s 5-phase government business acquisition framework and see how capture management transitions knowledge to your proposal team and how your proposal team prepares for RFP release, builds a winning proposal, and then prepares for government questions and proposal revisions. The proposal management process covers the proposal management activities from pre-proposal submission through post-submission. We’ll share our industry best practices, tips, tricks, and tools for managing every aspect of your proposals. Understanding this process is a must for government contractors. This seminar will teach you how successful government contractors consistently win the programs they pursue. You’ll...

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Proposal Management for Federal Contractors: Essential Skills and Best Practices | March 28, 2019

Class date: March 28, 2019 Proposal management covers the process government contractors use to create winning proposals for full-and-open competitions and task order contracts. Proposal management follows a structured process comprising a series of scalable actions and steps aimed at creating high-scoring proposals that result in winning bids. In this seminar, we’ll explore Lohfeld Consulting Group’s 5-phase government business acquisition framework and see how capture management transitions knowledge to your proposal team and how your proposal team prepares for RFP release, builds a winning proposal, and then prepares for government questions and proposal revisions. The proposal management process covers the proposal management activities from pre-proposal submission through post-submission. We’ll share our industry best practices, tips, tricks, and tools for managing every aspect of your proposals. Understanding this process is a must for government contractors. This seminar will teach you how successful government contractors consistently win the programs they pursue. You’ll...

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To Bid or Not to Bid

Seven Criteria for Making Sound Bid Decisions and Avoiding the Traps that Lead to Poor Bid Decisions

The bid/no-bid decision is the most important decision you can make in the bidding process. Making it correctly can raise your win rate, increase your company's revenue growth rate, and reduce your overall cost of new business acquisition. Making it poorly can cost you, your proposal team, and maybe your company. Bob Lohfeld discusses the Seven Criteria for Making Good Bid Decisions and the Traps that Cause Executives to Make Poor Decisions. He also discusses how balanced score cards can be used to predict win probability and how portfolio management techniques can be used to select bid opportunities.

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