How to get the Lowest Price on Proposal Consulting Services

  |  March 14, 2013

Nearly all companies that submit proposals for government contracts have to hire proposal consulting services.  This is the most economical way to do it, because the cost of maintaining enough in-house personnel to handle peak workloads is simply not cost effective.  The consultants help with the overflow work at the times of peak activity.  Every company has to make a calculation as to what is the most cost-effective combination of full-time personnel and consultants to handle the proposal workload.

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Nine Factors that will Help Federal Contractors Select the Best Proposal Consulting Services

  |  January 10, 2013

Why the Need for Excellent Proposal Consulting is so Urgent

If there ever was a time when federal contractors need the best possible proposal consulting assistance, it is now. The fiscal cliff cut in government spending puts the proposal process at risk like never before. With significantly less money for agencies to spend, bidder companies will have to compete harder to win a slice of a smaller pie. And many companies will have fewer resources to work their proposals, because of having had to reduce proposal staff to cope with the decline in federal budgets.

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The Continuing Saga of the Fiscal Cliff: What Happens to the Contractors Now?

  |  January 10, 2013

The proposal profession was essentially left in limbo as a result of the 13th hour "deal" Congress made on the fiscal cliff issue. The 2-month delay in the 10 percent reduction in spending that funds procurement means that the winter will be much like the fall – slow proposal activity. Without a more definitive resolution of the problem, the government procurement personnel will do exactly as expected, which is very little. If they don't do anything, they can't get blamed for doing the wrong thing.

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