Federal Contract Proposal Writing Techniques, Strategies and Templates
Federal contract proposal writing is a process that can be replicated with proper techniques, strategies and templates. The Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) standardize a lot of the process. For those unfamiliar, the FAR is basically the set of rules for federal contracting. The majority of the FAR is dedicated to telling the government how to handle their role in procurement management.
Here is how the FAR outlines the standard procedures for proposal writing and submission.
- The FAR provides a blueprint for responding.
- The FAR also dictates fair practice for communication between government and business.
- And in contrast to FAR standards, due to human nature there are additional strategies to get noticed by the proposal analysts.
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