A Deep Dive into Reading and Responding to a Federal Solicitation

Monday, April 13, 2020

What was scheduled as an in-person training quickly shifted to a free and open virtual workshop on “How to Win Government Contracts” hosted by the Public Spend Forum. To help facilitate this workshop, The Pulse of GovCon utilized a 2017 Federal solicitation and walked through the components and order of operations used when creating an annotated federal proposal outline.

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