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Writing a Winning Proposal

1. Point out Requirements
Point out requirement abilities, contact them for clarification, do not put your proposal on hold waiting for a response, don’t wait. Get started right away so that you have plenty of time to edit your proposal and deliver it on-time to the correct office.

2. What do they want?
Determine what they want and write to that. Read the project requirements and be sure that your proposal is written to meet the requirements.

3. How will you be evaluated?
Know how you will be evaluated and write to that.

4. Support your evaluation
This step is crucial. You will need to support your evaluation and back it up. Write to support your evaluation by providing clearly written and outlined steps. Remember, the person who is reading your proposal should have no questions after they have finished reviewing your proposal.

5. Keep in order
Keep them in the order that the business is requesting them. Do not let your proposal get disorganized. No matter the size or length of your proposal, it is imperative that it be organized correctly and formatted to meet the needs of the projects’ requirements.

6. Create an outline
Create an outline with required information. Remember outlines in high school? This is where the skills you learned in your younger years will come in handy. An outline helps to keep the proposal formatted in a clear and precise way.

7. Review your proposal
Review, review, review.

8. First impressions matter
Proposal submission is your first impression.

9. Give yourself plenty of time
Provide sufficient time so you don’t forget details.