Writing a Proposal to Win an IDIQ

For someone new to the federal market, writing a proposal to bid on an (Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity) IDIQ being publicly advertised at FedBizOpps is akin to completing a corporate income tax return. All IDIQ proposals are full of red tape requirements and require proposal responses of 100-150 pages. Some require creative technical writing in response to sample task orders and others require mainly experience and pricing. They may or may not require management plans and staff resumes for key personnel.

GSA schedule proposals can be particularly difficult because the responding company must show commercial discounting practices and offer the best pricing to commercial customers (or close to it). And then after award the company must either adhere to the discounting practices disclosed in its proposal or lower its GSA prices if lower prices are offered to commercial customers.

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