Our editable security services proposal template includes the following material:
- Applicant Screening
- Customer Service
- Free Estimate Sheet – Perfect For Short-Term Jobs
Proposal writing is perhaps one of the most important skills you can master when you open your security or investigation service company. However, if you’re like most people, proposal writing is not likely one of your favorite tasks. In many cases, this is largely due to feeling overwhelmed when you consider the time and effort needed to develop a professional proposal.
You May Ask Yourself…
- Where do I begin?
- How do I organize my proposal in response to the solicitation?
- What is most important to this customer?
- How is the proposal going to compare to the other proposals the client receives?
- What if I invest all this work and we lose?
- How is it that we keep getting beat by companies that seem inferior?
- Is there a way I can standardize the process to achieve success every time?
Most owners of small and medium-sized federal contracting companies wish that writing proposals were not a requirement of doing business with the Federal Government. Over the past several years, the perception has been that the GSA Schedules and other Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) have reduced the necessity for preparation and submittal of large proposals. And they have to some extent.
Recent procurement abuse incidents, including interagency contracting problems, Iraq rebuilding scandals, Katrina contracting problems, and misuse of Congressional dollars, have refocused the Federal Government on whether or not procurement reform has gone too far. We will undoubtedly see a new emphasis on full and open competition until the latest Congressional scrutiny of rules and procedures subsides once again.
Because of the Federal Government’s recent focus on open competition, more proposals will be required for contractors. Furthermore, there will be an emphasis on the necessity for submittal of technical proposals for task orders under MAS contracts like GSA schedules. In spite of recent developments, contractors must keep in mind that sales must still be made well in advance in the issuance of Request For Proposal (RFP). The end request is that contractors are going to have to write proposals to close the deals they have partially or completely sold to end users ahead of the bidding process.
Avoid the painstaking task of proposal writing and especially avoid the bank-breaking expenses associated with contracting a Proposal Contractor to write your proposals. Our security proposal templates are ready to use, and more importantly, they are designed by security professionals for security professionals.