Federal Proposal Services has a track record of multi-million-dollar winning proposals (single awards) in the fields of Information Technology and Cybersecurity, Defense and Aerospace, Architectural / Engineering and Construction, Healthcare, Security, Staffing and Management Consulting, Janitorial and Facility Maintenance, and other business sectors. We have been instrumental in capturing and winning more than $500B in IDIQ contracts and more than $30B in requirements-based Federal awards. These awards include highly competitive and coveted vehicles such as the GSA OASIS-SB (all Pools 1, 2, and 3), GSA 8a STARS, NIH CIOSP3-SB, NIHCATSII, VA VECTOR, and several other Agency-specific IDIQ contracts. Businesses have averaged an 85% win rate on government bids using our services. This has led to a significant return on investment for our clients. We can help you take advantage of the GWACs and IDIQs you’ve already won and provide the resources you need to position your company effectively and respond to multiple, concurrent task order proposals.
Desktop Publishing (DTP) is required before every proposal is submitted to ensure the proposal is presented in a visually pleasing manner, the information is presented in an easy-to-understand format, and the proposal complies with the solicitation requirements.
Properly implemented, DTP requires advanced knowledge of page layout software (such as Microsoft Word or Adobe InDesign), as well as knowledge of the principles of graphic design and page layout design. However, any proposal professional can learn the basic principles and tools of desktop publishing that are necessary to make a visually appealing, compliant proposal.
Our proposal graphics professionals serve as both designers and conceptual artists. These professionals take ideas from technical personnel and subject matter experts and develop compelling illustrations that reflect those ideas—from simple organization charts to complex foldouts. Our professionals are experienced in providing graphic design support for responses to government RFPs, including proposal illustration, proposal covers, CD labels, oral presentation slides, and overall proposal layout.