Federal Proposals is a Premier Solution Designer
Federal Proposals is a unique consultancy providing expert solution design and proposal preparation services for clients seeking to win government solicitations. Our 26 years of experience spans nearly every federal government agency. In response to government’s increasing demand for fully integrated solutions, Federal Proposals has created and refined “Total Solution Design” — an industry leader in preparing fully integrated solutions.
Federal Proposals staff are dedicated experts in taking your offering and improving upon it using best of breed technical and management tools. Additionally, we know government agencies and what they seek in winning proposals. Here is what one client had to say about Federal Proposals.
“I have only good words to say regarding Federal Proposals. I first met Don in 2008, when I was leading a business division in one of the biggest US development companies. We were growing rapidly and we did not have the know-how nor the structure to go after large proposals. We brought Don and his team in and with his assistance we had an unbelievable growth streak. At that time, I was leading the infrastructure division. In two years we grew that division from US$ 7 million in backlog to US$ 1.2 billion in backlog. For the next five years, Federal Proposals managed almost all the large and very large business development capture needs as well as managed the actual proposals of the company, assisted by our company’s Business Development team as well as Business Sector technical team.
Don is very strategic in capture and through a collaborative approach and questioning will lead technical teams towards winning strategies. He is also not afraid to become innovative or highly technical himself when required. Very professional but also very respectful regarding company needs and requirements. With Federal Proposals providing proposal oversight we were always sure that we were compliant and that we had not missed key proposal requirements.”
Mario, VP Infrastructure