Three Key Terms To Submitting A Responsive Proposal

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In this video, three key terms to submitting a responsive proposal.

Here are three key terms to understand that will change your entire perspective when responding to a proposal:

  • Must / Will - means it’s negotiable

  • Should / May - you can forget it because it’s not required

  • Shall - very, very important, circle it, highlight it, it’s non-negotiable

Learning the government language if a most. Throughout the bid process, while breaking down solicitations, proposal submission, and delivering on awarded questions, knowing the terminology that the government uses will be important.

Breaking down a solicitation for key information will require you knowing the government’s language.

Learn the language and change your perspective.

 

 

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