Winning Government Business
Gaining the Competitive Advantage with Effective Proposals
Do you need to submit a proposal to win a government contract? Here’s your survival guide.
In this summary, you will learn
- What elements make up a response to a US government Request for Proposal
- How to plan, write and submit a bid to win a federal contract
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Why you should read Winning Government Business
If you’re about to bid for business with the US government, be warned: Responding to a Request for Proposal (RFP) can be a nightmare, but business development consultant Steve R. Osborne really helps. His step-by-step primer on planning, managing and submitting successful bids for government business leaves no detail – absolutely none – unmentioned. If you’re a project manager in charge of writing a bid to respond to a government RFP – be it your first or your 50th – getAbstract believes that Osborne provides the guidance you need, with lifesaving information on every page.
About the Author
Steve R. Osborne, PhD, founded Cornerstone Training and has more than three decades of experience in securing government business from many departments and agencies.
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