Want to Do Business with the Government but Find It Hard to Submit a Winning Bid? This Might Help.

Jul 16, 2020
Bidsync Industry Blog

If you’re new to government contracting (or even if you’re not), you might be overwhelmed when you first open up an agency’s solicitation and realize how much information is requested of bidders. Depending on the type of good or service needed and the complexity of the procurement, the request for proposals (RFP) or invitation for bids (IFB) might feel like a request for your whole life story – and then some.

In fact, many find the proposal writing process the most daunting part of doing business with government agencies, public schools or non-profits. Their accountability to taxpayers results in a highly-regulated procurement process and competitive bidding, even when the “bid” just results in the award of an open contract for ongoing purchases.

Given that the majority of government procurements are competitive in some form or fashion, it’s highly likely that you’re going to have to submit a bid proposal at some point if you want to generate revenue from the public sector. That’s why we’ve develop this free guide for novice and experienced bidders alike full of tips, tips and best practices to utilize when preparing your proposal:

RFP Response Writing for Geniuses

In case you don’t have time to read through it right now, here are some of the “CliffsNotes” takeaways:

Of course, other best practices include:

Download the full (free) guide now for insider tips on how to write winning proposals and improve your government sales volume!