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Frequently Asked Questions

List of questions:

bulletCan you help me if I'm not located in the Washington DC area?
bulletHow quickly can you respond to my need?
bulletI am already in the proposal process and recognize I'm in trouble.  Can you help?
bulletWhen should I normally get you involved in the proposal process?
bulletWhy should I use a proposal consultant?

 

Can you help me if my company is not located in the Washington DC area?

We do accept on-site work in other areas on a case-by-case basis.  However, for many proposals, it is possible to contribute by electronic means.  We set up a dedicated virtual war room using Microsoft SharePoint Team Services hosted on our dedicated secure servers. In other cases, an on-site planning meeting is sufficient to jump-start work that will be done off-site.  It is best to discuss your needs with us and see if we can reach an acceptable agreement.

How quickly can you respond to my need?

Sometimes immediately, other times not at all due to our workload.  Call us to discuss your needs. We currently do not take engagements of less than $10,000.

I am already in the proposal process and recognize I'm in trouble.  Can you help?

Typically yes, if our schedule permits and you have at least a week or more to "solve problems." We have a reputation for sharply improving proposals in just a few days.

When should I normally get you involved in the proposal process?

The best results are achieved when we can contribute in the pre-RFP planning and preparation phase, and then follow through the entire proposal process.  Often though, companies don't recognize they need help until after RFP-release.  You should plan to get the RFP to us quickly.

Why should I use a proposal consultant?

You are competing!  Why wouldn't you want the best possibility of winning?  Good proposal consultants are expert at what they do - position you to win.  Their views are not colored by customer familiarity or in-house bias.  Even the strongest in-house proposal team can benefit from an outsider perspective. You may not have the in-house resources, skill or talent to handle all aspects of the proposal.  Enough reasons?

 

     "We assign management of our high priority proposals to Federal Proposals."

 

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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