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Insider's Guide to SF330 Preparation
Whether your A/E firm is new to SF330 and the federal marketplace, or is looking to improve its visibility among federal agency selection committees, Zweig Group’s Insider’s Guide to SF330 Preparation can help. This best-selling guide will take you step-by-step through SF330 and provide valuable tips and tricks for marketing to the federal government. The more your A/E firm knows about SF330, the more federal agency contracts your firm will win.
Get an overview of doing business with the federal government and where to find upcoming A/E opportunities
Go step-by-step through SF330 with illustrations and examples on what to do and not to do in each block
Improve your submittals get help with cover letters and learn methods for highlighting your A/E firm's credentials
Tap into the insight of government contracting officers about what makes an effective submittal
- Get a comprehensive picture of the federal marketplace
- Get invaluable advice on finding the best opportunities for your firm
- Go step-by-step through SF330 with illustrations and examples on what to do and not to do in each block
- Get insight and ideas for improving your submittals including dozens of tips and tricks for novices and veterans alike
- Get guidance in addressing the emphasis on teaming relationships
- Tap into the insight of government contracting officers about effective A/E and environmental firm submittals
Insider’s Guide to SF330 Preparation is the definitive guide to one of the most significant changes in the way U.S. federal government agencies solicit and acquire architecture, engineering, planning, and environmental design services. SF330 is mandatory for all federal agency solicitations of A/E services. Ensure the highest visibility for your firm by ordering your copy today.
SF330 is designed to streamline the acquisition process, make the qualifications of vendor firms clearer and more transparent to selection boards, and better support electronic communication and electronic commerce technologies. Firms with experience in the federal marketplace will immediately recognize the emphasis in the selection criteria on relationships between individuals on the project team, between firms on the project team, and between both individuals/firms and past projects. Experience has shown government procurement officers that design teams with a history of collaborative team experience produce better results, and SF330 is designed to highlight that experience for firms seeking federal contracts.
Author Nancy J. Usrey, a recognized national expert on federal procurement and the marketing of A/E services, brings more than three decades of knowledge and experience to the topic, acquired through real-world experience both inside A/E/P firms and as a marketing consultant to the A/E design industry.
The successor to Zweig Group’s popular Insider’s Guide to SF254/255 Preparation, this text provides a detailed and comprehensive picture of the federal marketplace, insider’s tips on marketing to federal agencies, invaluable advice on finding the best opportunities for your firm, and step-by-step guidance in meeting the challenge of the emphasis on teaming relationships. Learn how to present your credentials in the best possible light, when and how to custom-tailor the form, how to achieve the highest visibility among federal agencies, and what pitfalls to avoid. A variety of time-saving checklists and forms illustrated in the text are ready to be integrated into your own business processes. If you prepare even one governmental submittal a year, this book will pay for itself many times over.