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Now that you are done writing your federal proposal, what do you do with it?
That's the topic of this training course - actually submitting your proposal to the agency that requested it. Different government agencies have submission criteria. Make sure you know and understand what your target agency expects, even before you start the first draft of your government proposal.
What You Will Learn In This Course
This course will present the checklist to to help you determine how to prepare your proposal for electronic or paper submission including:
- Do your homework. Take the time to understand the process.
- Learn from experience. Avoid committing common errors such as:
- Did you select the correct Type of Submission, provide the Federal Identifier, and check the Type of Application information on your cover form?
- Did you include all required attachments? Often attachments are conditionally required based on how an applicant fills out specific questions.
- Are all your attachments in the required format?
- Does the DUNS number on your cover form match the DUNS used for online registration?
- How can you submit a paper proposals and ensure the target agency receives it
- What are the paper submission requirements
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