Proposal Preparation Training with an Attitude – Writing Winning Proposals

Offered for the first time as a Free Webinar!


In this day and age, understanding the nuances of federal request for proposals (RFPs) is analogous to understanding a new language and culture. The complexity of RFPs creates a sometimes mystical world of how to write a proposal that addresses the requesting agency’s needs, is compliant with the RFPs terms and conditions, and is determined by the requesting agency to be a responsible offer which has a high probability of being considered for award. In this proposal preparation training, we will help you demystify the nuances of RFPs, exposed you to a proposal preparation process that helps you submit a proposal offer that complies with the federal agency’s RFP terms and conditions, give you tips and tools of the trade, and position you to increase your chances of winning your next contract.

Learning Objectives

  • Take a tour of a RFP to properly learn how to read it and understand it.

  • Learn how to develop an effective and efficient proposal preparation process

  •  Tips and Tools of a successful proposal preparation process


  • Learn what to do to increase the chances of winning your next contract

WHEN:             Friday, December 11, 2020

TIME:                9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. MST

COST:               Free

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