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Cost-Effective New Business Development

Ransone Associates, Inc., has developed a comprehensive proposals training course that you can utilize in-house for your proposal teams. This course is based upon over 50 years of experience on both sides of the Source Selection Fence: in the Department of Defense, Industry, and Academia. This course provides “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Proposals But Were afraid to Ask.” It explains the way the US Government develops new systems and service requirements, releases RFPs, evaluates your proposals, and selects a winner. The course teaches you how to analyze the RFPs, develop your win strategies, prepare and review your Storyboard Outlines, write and review your proposals to maximize your win probability, and what to do after proposal submission. We have taken all of our Lessons Learned and prepared a self-training video that you can use in-house, over and over, to train your proposal teams. No longer will you have to spend precious travel and B&P funds for proposals training, only to have to repeat it for new proposal team members. Cost-Effective New Business Process, Responding to New Business Opportunities of the Federal Government provides everything you need to know to plan, organize, and prepare competitive proposals to assure that you are scored in “the competitive range,” and that you are eligible for contract award.

Easy to use: Play videos on any DVD player or computer

  • Play back to your Proposal Team through a DVD player
  • Play back through a computer-LCD projector to your Proposal Team
  • Individuals play the videos on their computers at their leisure

Flexible: Play entire eleven lecture series or only selected lectures

  • Play entire eleven lecture series
  • Play selected lectures that you need

View Introductory Video:

Click here to download introductory video. This is a large file, and may take several minutes.

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