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Federal Fiscal Year End Opportunities

We’re in the fourth quarter of the government fiscal year, and we want to help you take advantage of the federal spending rush. The government has “use it or lose it” funds and government contractors need to know how to take advantage of this annual high-volume federal procurement phase. Federal Fiscal Year Quarters and What Read More

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Top 7 Capability Statement Mistakes to Avoid

Federal contracting capability statements are important to small rapidly growing government contracting businesses.   Your successes are worth celebrating but, as you become more experienced, you will find success harder to come by. What worked before may not work in the future as you start to pursue more ambitious opportunities. You’ll need to refine your business approach Read More

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Make Life Easier-Teach Your Proposal Team to Write

If the trickiest part of proposals was the process of preparing a compliant document with text and multiple graphics for submission, winning would be a lot easier. In the end, answering every requirement may prevent a proposal from being thrown out, but getting the win themes and subject matter expertise captured in hard-hitting text that Read More

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Keeping Capture Momentum

Click Here to Download Slides In this video we talk about keeping the momentum during capture when the Request for Proposal (RFP) issuance date keeps slipping to the right. Your task is to continue completing action items instead of relegating your activities to the “important but not urgent” pile of work. Our presentation dives into Read More

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What is a Proposal? The Art of Persuasion

Over the past 12 years, we’ve seen a lot of proposals at OST, so let’s take a minute to reflect about the definition of a proposal and how you can make your proposals better. At its core, a proposal is a sales document, regardless of whether the recipient customer is federal or commercial. A proposal’s Read More