New APMP Task Force on Electronic Proposals Needs Government Representatives for Input

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    Mr. Mitch Boretz of Bourns College of Engineering, UC Riverside (951-827-7069) e-mail: [email protected] has started a Task Force on Electronic Proposals for the Association of Proposal Management Professionals(APMP). Mitch wants to have some Task Force members from the Government side of the house to provide input regarding electronic proposal preparation and submission, and your input is invited. Over the next several months, APMP members will work with Government agencies and third-party proposal preparation systems to develop standards and best practices for paperless proposals. Working together, the proposal community and the procurement community can design systems that facilitate efficient and accurate dissemination of solicitations,

    submission of proposals, reviews of proposals, and execution of awards.

    If you are interested in participating – feel free to contact Mitch directly or send me a note and I’ll forward your information.


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