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.
In this summary, you will learn
- What elements make up a response to a US government Request for Proposal; and
- How to plan, write and submit a bid to win a federal contract.
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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