Proposal & RFP News, Tips,
Our team of RFP & proposal developers understand the field of government contracting and Federal solicitations inside and out. Having over 15 years of experience in the industry has given us insight into some of the elements that help our clients win contracts. That's why we have built a news page dedicated to helping you understand government RFP's and how to build your business through contracting.
When going after government contracts, it is imperative to understand the ins and outs of not only the RFP development process, but fully understanding the requirements of your solicitation as well.
Understand the variables and requirements when developing your proposal. Learn the tips of the trade and understand the key elements that set your RFP response proposal ahead of the competition.
Latest blog posts created by our experienced proposal developers, project managers and coordinators, and our media support staff.
Take Your Business to New Heights: Business Growth Strategies for Winning Federal Contracts in 2018November 29, 2017
Calculating PWIN For a Government ContractOctober 28, 2017
Win Your First Federal Contract | Let Us Help You Beat Goliath with FedStarterOctober 17, 2017
Preparing a Government Contract BidNovember 7, 2016
The Key to Writing Winning ProposalsSeptember 16, 2016
Are you Certified? Set-Asides and Sole-Source Awards for Women and Veteran-Owned BusinessesApril 11, 2016
Start Winning Today – Choose a Proposal Writing ServiceMarch 29, 2016
Best Small-Business Practices for Securing Federal ContractsMarch 17, 2016
Performance-based Selection – Do You Have What It Takes?March 11, 2016
Preparing Government Proposals – How to Build a Strong FoundationFebruary 9, 2016
Federal Acquisition Source Selection – How Does the Government Decide?February 5, 2016
Pricing Can Make All The Difference In Federal Proposal DevelopmentJanuary 28, 2016
Want to work with us?
We’re glad to answer your questions about how we integrate with proposal development teams and derive our firm-fixed prices for writing projects. Click the button at right to send us a message and let us know you’re interested.