Proposal leadership is at the heart of Syndetics’ core value proposition. It has been proven on over $63 billion worth of wins during the recent cycle. We are able to leverage our capture and strategic planning capabilities in the pre-Draft RFP and pre-RFP phases to provide a seamless proposal operation. This allows the client to have continuity from traditional capture and business development and Position-to-Win activities to the proposal development effort and ensures the application of earlier products and decisions to create a highly competitive and compelling proposal. Syndetics associates are more than just technical mechanics. They are proven business development professionals who have strong engineering and programmatic backgrounds and extensive experience in competitive proposal development. This sophistication allows our personnel, with multidimensional backgrounds and experience with numerous federal customers, to assist in strategy development and ensure strategy execution as a means to differentiate our client. Syndetics uses a metric-driven strategy to ensure a low risk approach to augmenting the basics requested in the RFP. The creation of early and evolving strategies, technical and management baselines, and the early collection of data to substantiate those baselines, enable Syndetics-led proposals to apply strong programmatics to reach a compliant and compelling solution.
We have our own time-proven, best practices proposal development process and use a Just-In-Time training methodology to ensure that client authors operate to a common standard. Syndetics believes in a process where the technical, managerial and cost data is assimilated prior to writing to ease the burden on author assignments. This makes Syndetics proposals far more cost effective because their incremental approach eliminates extensive rewrites. Syndetics also has the ability to augment and/or supplement client-approved proposal processes that take their origins from our clients or other consulting firms. Syndetics’ strong programmatic and technical orientation sets the stage for a low risk approach to transition, program start-up, subcontract management, and program execution.