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How an efficient, effective team can move you beyond ‘overwhelmed’ capture management tech edit Jun 12, 2022

In 525,600 minutes. How do you measure a year in a life?is the wonderful question posed in the song “Seasons of Love” from Jonathan Larson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning revolutionary rock opera, Rent. We all have the same amount of time—no less, no more....

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4 Tips for Writing High-Impact Proposal Resumes capture management idiq tech edit Jun 02, 2022

It might be tempting to view a resume requirement within a request for proposal (RFP) as an “easy” task. But, like most things with the proposal process, it is not that simple. Proposal Managers will search for candidates via various sources (ClearanceJobs, company-established resume...

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Compel with Solutions, Stories and Facts oasis proposal management tech edit Apr 24, 2022

In our last blog, we provided you with three tips to help you write your best proposal. Tips are great but sometimes it leaves you wanting more information. You’re in luck. We’re going to pick up from the last blog by highlighting how you can compel with solutions, stories, and...

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Make Your Next Proposal the Best One Yet oasis proposal management tech edit Apr 04, 2022

“The solicitation is out!” It's a phrase that elicits a methodical approach [and a healthy panic] of the proposal management team. Assuming that the capture team's Shakespearian "To bid, or not to bid" decision remains as a "yes"; here are three rules your writers must focus to avoid...

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The Technical Edit– the Difference is in the Details proposal management tech edit Sep 27, 2021

Our expert technical editors Jennifer Wineinger and Kiley Stewart shed some light on why even experienced teams can benefit from a Technical Edit.

You and your team of ace writers have been cranking on the draft proposal. You’ve done your storyboards, had your solutioning sessions, and...

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