Writing Successful Proposals: A Snapshot
This overview provides a quick start for those persons who need to write a proposal (solicited or unsolicited) of some kind, whether it is technical, commercial, or charitable in nature.
The main topics are planning, assembling, and writing the proposal; characteristics of successful proposals; and safeguarding against rejection. Appended items are a brief glossary and a series of checklists to help with document scrutiny.
After reading this, the would-be proposal writer (a professional or a volunteer) should be encouraged to make a confident start.
- John Stonehouse, October 2012
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