San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Small Business Development Center
Steps to Create a Technical Proposal
This is a two part (4 hour) workshop
July 11, 2013- 10:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
July 18, 2013- 10:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
Total fee for both classes is $100.00
**Limited seating. Must cancel 24 hours prior to workshop for refund.**
You must attend both classes.
Credit Card only
Pre-registration and payment is required through Eventbrite.
Registration is required.
Prerequisite: July 11, 2013 Understanding Government Contracting Room 1534
This two part (4 hour) course discusses in detail what you need to know to understand the basics in government contracting. Discussions include rules, regulations and the law as it relates to solicitations and those procedures that are important to know before you start the bidding process.
Government Contracting Historical Perspective
Statement of Work (SOW)
RFP vs. IFB (Request for Proposal vs Invitation for Bid)
Requirements Person vs. Contracting Person
The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)
July 18, 2013 How to Assemble a Technical Proposal Room 1534
We discuss in detail what you need to know in order to effectively assemble and prepare a Technical Proposal. An actual solicitation and how to prepare a Technical Proposal for that solicitation will be discussed. You will be provided a copy of a power point handout with detailed information, a 34 page document that is part of a solicitation along with comments, as it relates to the assembly of the technical proposal.
The objective is to teach you how to read, follow and understand a government soliciation as it relates to writing and assembling a government Technical Proposal.
Prerequisite: Understanding Government Contracting July 11, 2013
How to Assemble a Technical Proposal July 18, 2013
If you have questions, call 214-860-5889
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
When & Where
Government Contracting SBDC
"Helping Businesses Grow Through Opportunities in Government Contracting"
"We exist solely to help small business firms in our 49 county service area become more effective suppliers to government agencies and prime contractors. Without our valued clients we simply wouldn't be here. All client assistance is conducted with this key fact in mind."