Government Proposal Writing
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When it comes to government proposal writing, many wonder why the same companies win bids over and over again. There are four things that they concentrate on. (1) improving technical approach and management; (2) consistently offering more value considerations; (3) not always focusing on low bid offers, and (4) risk mitigation. In order for you to increase the probability of winning government contracts, you have to at least focus on these same categories. With decades of experience with working for government contracting agencies, the proposal consultants at Watson & Associates have successful helped both large and small businesses to overcome the most common hurdles in government proposal writing.
Avoid the Five Most Dangerous Trends Facing All Contractors Bidding on Government Proposals.
Comprehensive Proposal Services
- Complete A-Z proposal services
- Review and Editing Services
- Proposal Development
- Proposal Management
- Past performance guidance
- Development of best value considerations
- Learn how to align government bidding packages for trade-offs
- Technical proposal management and approaches.
- Small Business Subcontracting Plans
- Teaming and Joint Ventures
- Technical approaches to performance based contracting
- Legal Review…and more
Improve Your Technical Proposals and Management Approach
Our proposal consulting team will show you how to improve you technical proposals by carefully analyzing the performance work statement in the solicitation. The agency wants to see that (1) you understand its problem and (2) your proposal demonstrates HOW you intend to resolve the problem. Most bidders fall short in this area and therefore end up losing the contract.
Learn from Others’ Proposal Mistakes as Seen in Bid Protests
Develop a consistent approach to bidding on government contracts. Watson’s government contract law practice sees first-hand the costly mistakes made by contractors on a daily basis. Even if you submit a winning proposal, you have to write in a way that withstands a bid protest.
- Avoid submitting generalize resumes that are not relevant.
- Capture the advantage of submitting competitive performance schedules and delivery times.
- Learn the key strategies to win against incumbent contractors.
Write Proposals to Demonstrate Your Understanding of the Work
The agency has a problem it wants you to resolve. Learn how to effectively respond to the Performance Work Statement without “parroting back” the exact language of the solicitation. Our proposal services focus on helping you to write compelling content where the agency’s source selection team can document why they decided to award to you. Download Our Free Tips on how to respond to requests for proposals.
- Address potential problems and how you intend to resolve them.
- Highlight your knowledge in the commercial industry and how the agency can benefit from it.
Maximize use of Teaming Partners and Subcontractors
Learning how to bid on government contracts means learning how to effectively leverage the use of teaming partners and subcontractors. Unless stated otherwise in the solicitation, federal agencies consider the past performance of subcontractors. This increases your evaluation scores and your chances of winning.
Be Aware of the Government’s New Approach to Evaluating Proposals
Many government contract Requests for Proposal now suggest evaluations based upon “lowest price technically acceptable. This creates an additional stumbling block for contractors.
Learn How to Address Best Value and Trade-Offs in Your Proposal
Typical language in government proposal requests show that the “government intends to award to the offeror whose proposal is the most advantageous, or creates the “best value.” When looking at non-priced weighted factors, you want submit a bid that outshines your competitor. Our consultants and proposal writers help you to accomplish this.
The government proposal writing consultants at Watson & Associates bring decades of experience in government contracting. Small businesses and large DOD contractors in various industries come to us because of our unique but subtle approach to proposal management and development.
- Most consulting companies do not bring our legal expertise to the table.
- We focus on getting the award but not losing it to a bid protest.
- Our consultants help clients in virtually all industry groups.
Many of our consulting team members have actually sat on source selection teams and have in-depth experience in showing you what the government looks for. Click here to see our upcoming proposal writing classes.
Nationwide Consulting Services
Watson offers proposal writing, management and development consulting services to government contractors in Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, U.S. Virgin Islands, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Washington, DC, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
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If you are seeking to increase business profits and improve your chances of winning a federal project, contact the government proposal writers at Watson & Associates today by calling toll free 1-866-601-5518.