Some of the common categories that need to be addressed in a proposal are:
This includes an organization chart which shows reporting relationships and describes functions of the proposed program.
This describes the direction of the overall program which is managed by the program management group.
This describes the techniques used to plan, schedule, track and direct project activities within the program.
Problem management / escalation
This provides a systematic method for identifying and handling problems in a reliable, repeatable and timely manner.
This contains a description of management of personnel-related affairs such as recruiting, retention, time keeping and benefits.
This describes the fundamentals of financial systems, processes, and safeguards.
This provides a systematic QA/QC approach which is capable to ensure products and services consistently meet quality goals.
This demonstrates a clear understanding of program risks, providing a description of plans and capabilities developed handle risk.
This provides an overview of the systems and processes that assures consistent maintenance of schedule.
This describes methods for leadership to execute control which successfully meets challenges and delivers quality performance.
Interface between customer and contractor at all levels
The bidder utilizes this form to describe his interface at various levels including the executive, program, project, financial, contractual, and other levels.
This describes the processes, procedures, and systems that ensures the delivery of services / products consistently in accordance with both the letter and spirit of the contract.
This describes the processes, procedures, systems, and contractual terms which ensures the subcontractors are managed to support requirements and goals.
Emphasising on the steps taken to achieve success in previous projects will enhance relatability and trust of the client.
Tip: The management plan must ensure it is relatable, reliable and client-situation is well studied!