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Write in Active Voice

Your company should be positioned as an expert in your proposal area. The best way to do this (aside from actually being THE expert) is to write in Active Voice rather than Passive Voice. Proposals written in strong, clear language…

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Proposal Compliance is Key

  One of the most important elements to put your proposal on track is the Compliance Matrix. This is the outline/cross-walk of Sections L and M of the Request For Proposal (RFP). Compliance Matrix You will be well-served to take…

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Stay in the Game – Don’t Be Thrown Out

Evaluators want to find the best company for the job. Stay in the game and give yourself a fighting chance to be selected. Numerous evaluators say the #1 problem they see is proposals that do not respond to the Request…

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Words to Avoid in Proposals

There are some words that should be avoided in Proposal writing. You may already know there are some words that shouldn’t be used in Proposals. If you don’t, please take a few minutes and get familiar with them. They can…

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