Proposal Outlining in Government Contracting

Somewhere along the way, building a proposal became streamlined (out of necessity) and rooted in fundamentals and processes (this part is debatable). Outlining a Request for Proposal (RFP) has, quite simply, become formulaic, and any person who is good “at managing proposals” can support almost any RFP from any agency and in almost any subject area.

GASP really?

They don’t need subject matter expertise? Direct agency familiarity? No, because setting up the skeleton of a RFP is a paint-by-numbers exercise that just requires attention to detail.

As you can imagine, your Pulse Gals have gotten in some pretty heated debates over outlines. We’ve witnessed these arguments play on repeat for over a decade now, so we think it's time to hit pause and discuss why you’re outlining your proposal incorrectly.

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Actions speak louder than words, so let’s do more than scream into the void. We invite you to come together and learn from shared experiences with your friends, colleagues, competimates, and frenemies. Let’s all be part of the solution! Join us on Tuesday, August 20th for our second event of the series. You won't want to miss out.

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