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Total Solution Design Services

Why Use an Outsourced Solution Designer?
Companies may have good proposal managers and technical writers and may hire outside proposal writers; but few companies have even one super solution designer who can create and articulate a compelling strategic solution. If you have one you are fortunate. Few companies have the breadth and depth of skills and experience to consistently design superior strategic solutions that match Federal agency needs. Our Total Solution Design experts consistently amaze our clients with creative and compelling solutions. If we don’t make your proposed solution discernibly better, we’ll refund 50% of our fee.
 
What is a Solution Design Team What Do They Do?
Our Lead Solution Designer calls upon a group of exceptionally talented systems design and business process engineers, technical specialists, business development and proposal professionals, and researchers who focus on “client-centric” solution design to meet Federal solicitations. They are objective, creative, innovative and disciplined not to fall in love with their own ideas. They can look at your company’s solution design and quickly identify shortfalls or lack of competitiveness and offer concrete actionable independent advice to improve your offering. Our lean-staffing approach means we call upon only the expertise we need for a specific project and we focus on the big picture – those things that often differentiate the winner from the loser. We don’t waste time on the administrivia that burdens proposal teams.
 
What Does a Solution Design Team Have That You Don’t Have?
Beyond the strong independent objectivity of our professionals, a Solution Designer brings information your company is unlikely to have.
 
Our staff are selected because they have experience with the Federal or State offering agency of interest and often have served on design teams for solicitations from the offering agency
 
Federal Proposals has developed and maintains an unmatched library of solicitation documents spanning most Federal agencies that include proposal debriefs for winning and losing proposals. We know what wins and what doesn’t.
 
We do it over and over, and continuously improve. Your in-house design team is unlikely to bring the skills, expertise and experience of a Federal Proposals Solution Designer.

 
 
What Does It Cost
Simply, a lot less than you might expect – and a huge bang-for-the-buck. We assign experts only as the project requires and we focus on value-added. If we can’t markedly improve your offering we will tell you as soon as it’s apparent and withdraw from the project. Total Solution Designer costs are highly dependent upon the complexity of the solicitation or system. We are pleased to offer an estimate for services when you are able to describe the project or can point us to a pending solicitation. Contact don@federalproposals.com.[2]
 
Employing a Total Solution Designer may bring the single greatest improvement to your long-term proposal success. You will find out just how good is your internal team.



[1] Some clients bring our Solution Designer into the process early in the design phase to help reduce later stage changes and reduce design costs.
[2] Minimum Solution Designer fees are $10,000.

 

 

 

 

Federal Proposals has assisted more than 90 companies to win Federal contracts

 

Some of our client's customers:
 
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Department of Homeland Security

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Department of Defense

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Department of Commerce

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Department of Health and Human Services

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Department of Justice

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National Aeronautical and Space Administration

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National Institutes of Health

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Department of Housing & Urban Development

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Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

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Department of Education

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District of Columbia

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Department of the Air Force

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Department of the Navy

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Department of the Army

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Federal Aviation Administration

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Federal Bureau of Investigation

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Federal Drug Administration

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International Development Bank

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Inter-American Development Bank

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National Science Foundation

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Department of Agriculture

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United States Agency for International Development

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National Imagery & Mapping Agency

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National Institutes of Health

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World Bank

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State of Colorado

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State of California

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State of Florida

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State of New York

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NATO

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Colorado Department of Health

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Iraq Reconstruction Authority

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Army Corps of Engineers

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US Patent and Trademark Office

 

 

 

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