Learning Lab - Proposal Writing

Start Date:
02/19/2020
End Date:
02/19/2020
Start Time:
2:00PM
End Time:
4:00PM
Timezone:
(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Location:
 
Instructor:
Online Learning
Contact Hours:
2.00 
CEUs:
0.20 
Access Period:
N/A
Hosted By:
 
 
 

  1. Overview

    Designed to promote action-ready experiences without the need for travel, NIGP’s Learning Labs series provides learners with best practice guidance on a variety of technical and hard skills, needed for public procurement success. Tackling software, business operations, finance, and value-driven propositions, Learning Labs empowers attendees with exercise and case-study driven works, helping you learn the skills needed for success and advancement all from the comfort of your desk or at home.
     
    Program Highlights:
     
    -Earn 2 Contact Hours and .2 CEUs per workshop.
    -90-120 minutes in time, featuring 45 participants max to provide hands-on practice.
    -Curated content based on public procurement entities across North America.
    -Interactive learning experiences, including individual, partner, and group work exercise with immediate feedback.
    -Job aids and resources to take back to your own entity.
    -Products available OnDemand upon completion of the set for re-watching at your leisure. 


    Specifics 

    Overarching Business Objectives:

    ·Develop an audience (solicitation issuer) focus to write a more compelling proposal
    ·Implement the principles of plain language in the writing process
    ·Ensure 100% compliance with requirements
    ·Develop and apply an annotated outline to structure proposal
     
    Writing proposals is both a science and an art. Proposals are highly structured and must be 100% compliant (the science) but they are also an exercise in thinking like the issuer of the SOW, PWS, or SOO (the art). By carefully assessing the solicitation documents, identifying all the requirements, and mapping those requirements in a
    requirements compliance table (RCT), you can accomplish three critical objectives. First, you can ensure you are actually able to meet all the requirements before you start to expend valuable resources writing your proposal. Second, you can ensure you have identified 100% of the solicitation issuer’s requirements. Finally, you can identify areas of inconsistency, confusion, and/or inaccuracies and formulate quality questions. The other major consideration, which flows from the RCT, is creating a logical structure for your proposal to ensure all requirements are addressed, and that they are only addressed once, in your proposal.
     
    The topics we will cover include:
     
    ·The process of identifying the requirements
    ·Creating and using an RCT
    ·Developing a logical outline aligned with the requirements in the RCT
    ·Annotating the outline so it can be used as a proposal management tool and management sign-off tool
  • Member - $79.99

    Non-Member - $129.99

     

    Registration is limited to 45 attendees and will be accepted on a first come - first served basis. 

     
    Registration and payment must be received one business day prior to the online course start date.  
     

    Register online with credit card by clicking the register button below.

     

    Methods of Payment Accepted: Check (make checks payable to “NIGP”) and Credit Cards (Master Card, Visa, and American Express).

     

  • For questions, please contact us at registrationinfo@nigp.org
     
    No refunds are given for cancellations received within 30 days of the start date. There are no refunds for no-shows.
    If the online course is cancelled for any reason, NIGP's liability is limited to the registration fee only.
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