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Always Follow a Proposal Process Checklist

Posted Jun 11, 2018  by  PROPRICER Team

Developing government pricing proposals requires extensive work due to the data and reporting requirements. You may feel ready to face your prospect when you gather your cost data, but we recommend nailing down your proposal process using a checklist.

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A Quick Checklist for Your Government Pricing Proposals

Posted May 17, 2018  by  PROPRICER Team

The Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition, Tech, and Logistics provides contractors and their subcontractors with a “Proposal Adequacy Checklist,” a handy tool for ensuring you submit your pricing proposals, well … adequately.

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Are There Resources to Help Me Document Work Authorizations?

Posted May 10, 2018  by  PROPRICER Team

With the prevalence of incurred cost and voucher audits, a DCAA auditor will look for proof of a work authorization process when reviewing your contract pricing proposals. While there’s no specific regulation requiring your company to incorporate work authorizations as part of your labor (cost estimating) system, DCAA auditors will likely call an accounting system “inadequate” by citing disclosure deficiencies if they see you failed to follow a work authorization process.

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Love PROPRICER but Need Some Training?

Posted Apr 24, 2018  by  PROPRICER Team

So, your proposal team has started streamlining your bid proposal process with PROPRICER – that’s great news! But you know they could do even more if they had a bit more familiarity with the tool.

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Three Reasons Customers Turned to PROPRICER for Help

Posted Apr 12, 2018  by  PROPRICER Team

There are many reasons PROPRICER is the market-leading estimating and bid proposal system for both government contractors and agencies; here are three problems – and their PROPRICER solutions – that underscore why so many customers turn to PROPRICER for their bid proposal needs.

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The Dizzying List of Costs that Change Your Pricing

Posted Apr 5, 2018  by  PROPRICER Team

As a government contractor-pricing manager, you face the daily struggle of ensuring your estimates capture every cost element. The list of items is long and includes labor, materials, subcontractors, travel, engineering, manufacturing, supplies, and more. It’s even more difficult when you consider that costs change as projects evolve and time passes.
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How Government Procurement Analysts Can Quickly Perform “What-if” Analyses

Posted Mar 22, 2018  by  PROPRICER Team

 The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) developed the GAO Cost Estimating and Assessment Guide to establish a consistent methodology based on best practices for use across the federal government for developing, managing, and evaluating capital program cost estimates.

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How to Obtain Contractor Data in a Consistent and Standard Format

Posted Mar 15, 2018  by  PROPRICER Team

Like most government agencies, you look for ways to reduce the time and effort required to review contractor bids, but it’s a challenge. Contractors submit bids with inconsistent formatting, formula errors, missing calculations, and other issues that require you to double – and sometimes triple – check the numbers, which drains resources and takes too long.

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Wrap Up Complex Proposals in Hours, Not Days

Posted Mar 8, 2018  by  PROPRICER Team

Why wrestle with complex bid proposals for days or weeks when you can go from start to finish in just a matter of hours? That’s what one pricing team asked themselves before permanently changing the way they develop bid proposals.

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Case Study: How GA-ASI Develops High-Quality Bids Faster and with Fewer People

Posted Mar 1, 2018  by  PROPRICER Team

If your pricing organization develops tens or hundreds of complex bid proposals per year, you recognize the challenge of balancing rapid proposal development with proposal quality and consistency – except you shouldn’t have to strike that balance. You should have it all: speed, accuracy, quality, and consistency.

And you can.

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