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Ch 6: Project Proposals

About This Chapter

These lessons cover the creation and evaluation of project proposals. The lessons are engaging and brief and were created by experts in the subject matter with all the relevant information you need.

Project Proposals - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

Study the purpose and processes behind writing project proposals in the business world. The video lessons include an interactive timeline feature enabling you to search for, and jump to, major video topics for efficient review. Text lessons and transcripts feature key words in bold type. This chapter includes discussions of the following topics:

  • Project proposal basics
  • Preparation of a request for proposal
  • Creation of government contract proposals
  • Project proposal evaluation

Lesson Objective
Purpose, Content & Structure of Proposals Consider the use of project proposals in business.
Preparing a Request for Proposal (RFP) & Soliciting Proposals Compare the use and preparation of RFPs and statements of work (SOW).
How to Prepare Government Contract Proposals Learn more about what it takes to successfully prepare a government contract proposal
Using Customer Criteria to Evaluate Project Proposals Dissect the evaluation process used by customers when studying project proposals.
Conducting & Participating in RFQ/RFP Strategy Sessions Understand the effectiveness of RFQ/RFP strategy sessions and how they are conducted.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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