The Delaware Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) presents a workshop on responding to federal government requests for proposals (RFPs).
RFP Is Request for Proposal, but what does that mean and what do you need to do to submit your bid to the Federal Government? The PTAC of Delaware is conducting a quarterly, three-hour workshop on responding to Federal RFP’s. This class/workshop is designed to take you inside the organization of a proposal to understand the federal government bidding process. You will learn the structure of an RFP, how to understand every section and its requirements, and how to identify required resources. You will be given hands-on exercises to show how to perform as a proposal manager and/or key team member to plan, develop, write, review, and deliver a complete, compliant, and compelling bid response to the RFP. We will also review the federal government language (ACRONYMS).
Federal Government Bidding Process
Structure of an RFP (Request for Proposal
How To: Plan, Develop, Write, Review, and Deliver Compelling Bid Responses
Federal Government Language (Acronyms)
For information contact Dana Reece at email@example.com or (302) 831-0781
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