If you don’t have proposal experts on staff, are you going to phone a friend, or are you going to make a friend? Consider this while you decide.
Cybersecurity is one of the most eminent requirements for companies, regardless of whether you provide services, construction, commodities or products.
Our friends at Winvale offered this post from their client Andrea Davis, Director of Contracts at Govplace, who…
Why and how companies need to start treating proposals like any other revenue generating project, with ProposalHelper’s Reena Bhatia.
As a small business in federal contracting, it’s important to understand cost accounting, cost analysis, indirect rates, and cost pools.
Getting The Powers That Be onboard regarding the organizational issues ultimately decides your proposal’s success.
Carl Dickson outlines some of the techniques that proposal managers can use on their own, without involving The Powers That Be.
Will following these tips give you have an unfair advantage? Certainly! But if you’re going to try to make it so nobody else can win, you’d better be sure no one else can win.
It was work you could do, that matched your experience, yet somebody else won the job. How? Judy Bradt explains.
You will be asked for references many times by prospective clients. Debbie Ouellet explains what not to do.