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ACC 613

Business Development and Proposal Preparation (§)

Semester Units



BUS 602

Course Description

The function of a proposal is to sell the managerial and technical capabilities of the firm to carry out the work required at a reasonable cost. The importance of proposals in contracting cannot be over-emphasized. It is the point of sale. It is the primary vehicle for winning additional business. It is also one of the most difficult management tasks for many companies since every element of the company is involved in the development of the technical, management and cost proposal and in the negotiation and definitization of the resulting contract. 

The course is the most complete, thoroughly documented discussion of proposal preparation available to the Government prime contractors, subcontractors, commercial firms, and Government agencies from any source. It provides detailed step-by-step documented instruction on every aspect of the pre-proposal, proposal, source selection, and contract definitization process.

Course Learning Outcomes

  • Not available for this course due to teach-out

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