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Unsolicited Proposals

FAR Subpart 15.6 describes the circumstances under which a Government agency may review and accept a proposal which is submitted on the initiative of the offeror and that is not in response to any Government-initiated solicitation or program. It says that a valid unsolicited proposal must:

In order to be acceptable for formal evaluation, an unsolicited proposal must contain:

(a) basic information, including:

(b) technical information, including:

(c) supporting information, including:

If you are considering submitting an unsolicited proposal, please review Subpart 15.6 for a more complete discussion of how your proposal will be reviewed and evaluated, and what language you can use to be sure any proprietary information in your proposal is protected.

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