Contained in the response to a letter of inquiry.
Identified by the proposal writer.
Specified in the RFP.
Informal request, formal response.
Informal request; informal response.
Formal request; formal response.
Formal request; informal response.
Attach an explanatory letter.
Integrate the information into sections that fit the format.
Omit the information.
Place the information in an appendix.
A. benefits and the solution of the proposal.
Description and the evaluation plan of the proposal.
Problem and the solution of the proposal.
Reason for and the nature of the proposal.
Which of the following titles is best for an unsolicited proposal to an agency that funds community-based projects?
A Study of Three Methods of Training Teenage Babysitters
Rock and Roll Meets Rap
The Green Thumb Project: Teaching Inner-City Youth about Gardening
Qualifications of personnel
General for all employees.
General for managers and specific for non-managerial employees.
Specific for all employees.
Specific for managers and general for non-managerial employees.
They may be written directly or indirectly, depending on the situation.
They may include humor if audience analysis dictates it will be well received.
They should be brief.
They should include factual evidence of strong or weak performance.
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