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Virginia SBDC

GovCon 101

Oct
19
2022
Wed 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Online

Topic: Proposal Writing The Federal Government buys over $600 billion per year on goods and services, 5% of that spend is allocated for Small Business. This is a huge opportunity for firms, who qualify, to grow their business and become part of the challenging world of Government Contracting through set-aside opportunities. In order to be successful in government contracting you must know how to respond to a solicitation with a winning proposal. This is the most valuable skill to have for winning government contracts. A properly formatted proposal will help you get noticed and differentiate you from your competition and show you are a responsible and responsive bidder. In this presentation you will learn: • Proper formatting of a proposal • Win Themes • Capture Management • How proposals are graded • What are some common mistakes in proposal writing

Speaker(s): Lisa Wood is the Statewide Director of the Virginia PTAC, hosted by George Mason University where she is also an Adjunct Professor of Management. Prior to that, she served as the Statewide Director with the Connecticut and Ohio PTAC programs and was also Director for the Northwest Commission PTAC in Pennsylvania. Before joining the PTAC community, Lisa was a Procurement Specialist for Bechtel Plant Machinery, Inc. in the Greater Pittsburgh Area. In this role, Wood performed contract administration and negotiation duties. She also recommended bidders, handled issue inquiries, negotiated bids, performed cost and price analysis, and prepared comprehensive letters to justify recommended contract actions. Ms. Wood holds an MBA from the University of New Haven and a BSBA through Robert Morris University of Pittsburgh where she is also pursuing her PhD in Instructional Management and Leadership.

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Fee: No Cost



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