Write Compliant Federal Proposals

The format and composition of a Federal Request for Proposal (RFP) is mandated by the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).  RFPs are broken down into sections that are identified by letter (A - M). The majority of the sections pertain to the contract, not the proposal.

Knowing the importance of each section and how the content of the section is used in writing a proposal becomes second nature to experienced proposal writers. With experience writers learn what sections to skim read and what section content should be selected and placed in the proposal outline. Writers can get to the level where certain sections are not even skim read.

Fedmarket's Recipe for Writing a Compliant Federal Proposal will help the novice proposal writer separate the wheat from the chaff.

Most people are intimidated and dismayed when they read an RFP for the first time. RFP's are an inch thick or more and packed with confusing red tape and boilerplate. Yet there are proposal requirement nuggets in there somewhere; you just have to know how to find them.

The Recipe for Writing a Compliant Federal Proposal is a systematic step-by-step process that detangles the mess and allows the proposal writer to deal with the parts of the RFP that count. By using the Recipe each proposal is prepared using the same process resulting in complete compliance with the RFP and content that the evaluators requested and want.

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The Recipe uses templates and model content to reduce writing costs. Compelling proposals are built over time using content from previous proposals (legacy or model content). The Recipe and its reoccurring content saves significant proposal costs and results in more compelling and concise proposals.

Fedmarket's Recipe for Writing a Compliant Federal Proposal includes:

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