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How to create recipes for your proposals | Carl Dickson – Founder and President of CapturePlanning.com and PropLIBRARY

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This bidding strategy can destroy your company before you realize it | Carl Dickson – Founder and President of CapturePlanning.com and PropLIBRARY

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Why proposal reuse is really much more expensive than fresh proposal writing | Carl Dickson – Founder and President of CapturePlanning.com and PropLIBRARY

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Four ways we can get started working together | Carl Dickson – Founder and President of CapturePlanning.com and PropLIBRARY

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Government Contract Proposals – Tips and Best Practices, Part 3 – APTAC – Association of Procurement Technical Assistance Centers

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This article outlines a process by which to prepare your proposals. By this point, you should already have done your homework with regard to assessing your company’s capabilities …

Source: Government Contract Proposals – Tips and Best Practices, Part 3 – APTAC – Association of Procurement Technical Assistance Centers

3 Heck-Yeah Reasons Why Contracts And Proposals Matter | Terri Scott | Bidsketch

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So let’s say that one day you’re opening up your email or your social media account, as usual.

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Government Contract Proposals – Tips and Best Practices, Part 2 – APTAC – Association of Procurement Technical Assistance Centers

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How to evaluate a specific Request for Proposal (RFP) to determine if the opportunity is a good fit for your company and worth the investment of time and energy to develop a proposal.

Source: Government Contract Proposals – Tips and Best Practices, Part 2 – APTAC – Association of Procurement Technical Assistance Centers

Government Contract Proposals – Tips and Best Practices, Part 1 – APTAC – Association of Procurement Technical Assistance Centers

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Lengthy, complex Requests for Proposals (RFPs) with tight deadlines can be overwhelming. This three part series of articles hopes to offer some basic principles and definitions particularly with regard to negotiated acquisitions which may help be helpful.

Source: Government Contract Proposals – Tips and Best Practices, Part 1 – APTAC – Association of Procurement Technical Assistance Centers

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