Award Readiness Coaching
Getting a slow start after the contract award announcement can leave a bad impression on your customer, make it difficult to reach your projected first quarter goals and possibly affect your reputation for the life of the contract.
McGrady & Associates, LLC can help you use the time between proposal submission and contract award to develop a strategy for quick implementation to get you out of the starting blocks faster.
Time is of the Essence
You can’t sit around and wait for the entire contract process to be complete before you begin work, no matter how much time you have between proposal submission and contract award funding.
You must immediately begin developing a plan for the changes that will close the gaps between your company’s current resources, capacity and capabilities and those necessary for proposed project implementation.
Contact McGrady & Associates, LLC for help developing
award winning proposals.
McGrady & Associates, LLC will help you identify the resources you need to implement and complete the project on time. We will also help you develop a plan to acquire any resources your business currently doesn’t have and cannot get before funding begins. Planning before the contract award removes one time-consuming barrier between you and project implementation.
If you have researched and carefully evaluated bid opportunities, assessed yours strengths and weaknesses and those of your competitors and submitted a proposal that clearly meets all RFP requirements, you increase your chances of getting the contract award. When you have done all you can to maximize your proposal’s competitiveness, planning for an expected contract award isn’t risky—it’s a set up for future success.
You only get one chance to make that first impression. A contract award implementation plan will help you get your project off to the right start—a start that can increase your potential for future contracts. Contact us for more information.