Public Sector Proposals

Our authors write persuasive and clear proposal responses for Requests For Proposals (RFPs), RFIs, and RFQs across a broad range of industries. we develop responses that reconcile complex RFP requirements with proposed services to ensure proposals meet both internal and external expectations in a clear and logical manner, driving towards winning bids. Our past proposals ranged from ~25 pg. to ~576 pg.  which usually correlate to the size of the project.

Sense of Urgency

We know proposals are needed yesterday – we thrive under pressure and tight deadlines. No worries, we work in an agile manner to ensure we have plenty of time to submit a stellar response…. in the [sometimes] unreasonable timelines in Public sector.

Attention to Detail

Having exceptional attention to detail, analytical thinking skills, and a command of the English language we clearly articulate any aspect of the proposal response in plain English. We address point per point to specific RFP requirements and point allocations without having the evaluators guess. We’re masters at Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Google Suite (Docs, Sheets, Slides), and Keynote, Numbers, SharePoint, MS Teams for content management, and many more,  for sharing drafts with vendors and internal teams.


We know that public bidding is a very competitive process.  We ensure we write compelling, solution based arguments that show  productive ROI with  a focus on outcomes and contract results. We revise and tailor strategic, functional, technical, and company-related content from internal subject matter experts and partner vendors so when the buyer reads it, the choice is clear..


Quality is part of who we are. We ensure quality results by maintaining a RFP reference library and proposal-writing standards, such as readability, consistency, tone and unique RFP terms and language nuances.


As professionals, we have proven ability to work independently, prioritize workload, and meet deadlines. Moreover, we are technically savvy with a myriad of tools, such as SharePoint, MS Teams for documentation storage and organization;  Zoom, Skype, etc for communications with proposal team; tools for incorporating graphic design for charts and diagrams and much more.

It all starts with a conversation…