Proposal Templates Save the Day

Almost all companies use proposal templates to varying degrees. You can't have too many since they are the key to reducing proposal writing costs and proposal pain. Two key rules govern the use of templates:

  1. Every template used in a proposal must be tailored to the specifics of the Request for Proposal (RFP). Templates will look like off-the-shelf templates if they aren't tailored and evaluators will downgrade your proposal. The goal is to make a template look like original text.
  2. Don't lose track of your legacy content (templates). They won't save money if your writers don't know they exist or how to find them. Develop a template database and inform all proposal writing personnel of its contents.

RFP Templates
Fedmarket's proposal specialists have designed templates based on proposals that have won contracts. These templates address specific sections of federal proposals.

Price Templates
Templates designed to dramatically improve the quality of your price proposals. 

Subcontracting Plan Wizard
A template to take the confusion and frustration out of the preparation of Small Business Subcontracting Plans.

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