Can't think of where to start writing? Try answering some questions...
This document goes through a typical proposal section-by-section and provides questions that a typical customer might have in each area. It provides you with:
- 23 questions to answer in your Executive Summary
- 5 pages of questions on 11 topics to address in the Management Plan
- 9 pages of questions on 17 topics to address in the Technical Approach
- 10 questions related to your past performance
- 33 questions on pricing and contractual issues
The 509 questions in this document will help you to:
- Get inspired and figure out what to write about
- Make sure that you covered everything
- Deliver a comprehensive proposal that meets your customers expectations
This guide is good for both proposal beginners and advanced proposal developers. Beginners will use it to get started, and advanced proposal developers will use it for inspiration and as a review tool.
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