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Create a Winning Federal Government Proposal Management Plan in 1 Day

Most federal government RFPs request a Management Plan and detail the topics to be evaluated,...

8 Skills You Can Master to be a Better Proposal Manager

Most proposal managers did not study proposal management in college. It is one of the few...

8 Skills You Can Master for Better Capture Management

Every company needs documented processes to guide their Business Development, capture, and...

Once in a Blue Moon...

The next Blue Moon is August 22, 2021 and we like Blue Moons. In fact, we like blue in general...

Visit OneTeam at the SMD Symposium

OneTeam will be exhibiting at the Space & Missile Defense Symposium August 10-12, 2021 at the...

Can a New, Improved Red Team Review Boost Your Competitive Advantage?

In the government contracting BD process, the Red Team Review is an important milestone. Many...

2 Powerful Microsoft 365 Features to Boost GovCon Capture Management

In the past few years, Microsoft has evolved from desktop software, to SAAS, Office 365, and now...

Who Has the Most Significant Role in Capture and Proposal Management?

In federal government contracting, the Business Development (BD) team includes business...

New OneTeam Features - June 2021

Summer is here and while everyone is planning their vacation, OneTeam developers have been busy...

Beyond Meatballs — How to Build a Better Team with a Capability Matrix

A meatball chart or capability matrix is often used by a prime contractor to evaluate potential ...

The RFP Dropped — What is the Best Advice for a Capture Manager?

Congratulations! The RFP has finally dropped! As a capture manager, you identified a contract...

How to Build a Custom Qualification Matrix to Win Government Contracts

Federal government contractors are always looking for the next contract win - which begins by...