Proposal Management

Government Business Blueprint  |  Opportunity Tracking and Competitive Intelligence  |  Business Development

The process of preparing, submitting, and negotiating a government proposal can be distressing. Having reviewed hundreds of government RFPs, we have seen how agencies have handled various kinds of contracts over the years throughout the country. This experience will be of enormous value in developing elements of a proposal that meet the agency’s requirements yet carefully protects your interests. We will ensure that your bid satisfies technical, cost, and administrative requirements. ECG can assist with any of the tasks identified below, depending on the time available and your needs:

Our proposal development and management relies heavily on our client’s expertise when discussing their industry specific experience, management approach, and quality control. ECG acts as a manager making sure all the critical pieces are addressed thoroughly and completed timely. Efficient management of the completed product through production process is also crucial to a successful submission.


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MYTH: Doing business with the government does not rely on relationships and does not require any marketing. All that is required finding opportunities on web sites and responding with quotes/proposals.

FACT: Having great relationships with government end users can provide more opportunities beyond RFQs/RFPs posted to government web sites. Some opportunities do not even require the government put it out for a competitive bid process so knowing someone could present more chances to do business. Furthermore, relationships also help build positive past performance history which is critical to winning future opportunities.