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Stay on top of things with fast, objective Proposal Review Services

When you're done writing your proposal, you're going to need a second pair of eyes to review it. Let our team of Subject Matter Experts conduct a thorough third-party review of your government proposal.

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Proposal Review Services

Are you overlooking errors that will cost you the contract?

Tired eyes miss things, and a well-reviewed document will be nearly impossible for your team to edit in-house. Here's why...

Objectivity can get lost. 

Believe it or not, after you've seen a document once, your brain will automatically start to fill in the blanks and auto-correct deficiencies with each subsequent read-through. That means you will actually stop seeing the errors in your proposal soon after you write it, even when you're looking for them.

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You don't know what you don't know. And that's dangerous. 

Part of the problem with handling proposal writing in-house is often the team members who are knowledgeable enough about your process to write the proposals have little to no experience actually working with federal agencies. They don't know how to navigate the tough federal terrain, and when that's the case, one seemingly unimportant blind spot will keep you from winning bids over and over again. 

We are Federal Acquisitions experts. 

Winning bids all have one important thing in common - objectivity. Without it you put the time, human capital, and other valuable resources spent writing a targeted federal proposal at risk. 

We provide busy teams with a second pair of eyes. Beyond good grammar, you need a team with decades of expertise and billions of dollars in successful bids to assess your proposal and give you the advice you need to win this bid... and every bid that comes after. 

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ABOVE: A training session at the Contracts & Grants Lithonia office. Linda Chatmon is training former Atlanta Falcon Allen Rossum. Also in the training but not pictured are Angela Rossum (Allen’s wife) and their business team. 

We Can Get You to the Table

The Contracts & Grants team has been responsible for more than $12.2B in government contracts negotiations and awards. 

For a limited time, we're offering Proposal Review Services for an introductory rate $250 instead of our regular rate of $125 per hour. One per company. 

Order today to use immediately, or pre-pay today to take advantage of this LIMITED TIME OFFER. Pay today and use our Proposal Review Services anytime within the next 90 days.  

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How It Works

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Schedule a Consultation

Click either of the red button on this page to schedule a consultation with one of our Subject Matter Experts. You will need to provide a link to the original solicitation. 

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Submit Proposal for Review 

After your initial consultation, you can submit your proposal for review. We will provide you with an expected completion time for your review. 

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We Review Your Proposal

Our team of Subject matter Experts will review your proposal against the solicitation to ensure your proposal demonstrates how you intend to meet the needs of the agency requesting the proposal.

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We Provide a Written Debriefing

We provide you with a written debriefing you can present to your team that identifies the strengths and deficiencies of your proposal, and recommends changes you can make to increase your chances of winning the bid.

About Contracts and Grants, LLC

Contracts & Grants, LLC is a Metro Atlanta-based consulting firm that provides program management, acquisition, proposal, and contract support for government contracts. The company has been responsible for more than $12. 2 billion in government contract negotiations and awards.  

We are recognized Subject Matter Experts (SME) for Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR). We have vast, proven expertise with a full array of contract vehicles, including IDIQ MATOC contracts, GSA Schedules, 8(a) Certification, WOSB & EDWOSB, VetBiz Certification, DOT Certification, MBE, WBE and DBE state applications.  

Our areas of expertise include: 

  • Small Business Program Management
  • Proposal support
  • Identifying and vetting qualified businesses
  • Procurement and acquisitions
  • Bid process  
  • Negotiating teaming agreements  
  • Contract administration  
  • Contract management  
  • Subcontractor agreements  
  • Subcontract management, including flow-down clauses  
  • Performance reviews  
  • Ensuring compliance with local ordinances  


Meet Linda Chatmon

Linda Chatmon is the founder and CEO of Contracts and Grants, LLC. Since launching the firm in 1995, Linda has worked as a Subject Matter Expert in Federal Acquisitions.  

Linda is the founder of C&G Federal, C-Level Leasing and The App Diva. She is the creator of a half dozen small business / productivity apps, founder of The Institute of Contracts & Grants and creator of the Fast Track Training Program for Government Contracts. 

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Linda is also the author of The Road to Government Contracts, a guidebook written to teach readers the principles for winning federal contracts.  

The Road to Government Contracts

The Road to Government Contracts y Linda Chatmon

The Road to Government Contracts is a must-read playbook for any business owner who has ever considered entering the federal market.  

This power-packed guide is the culmination of Ms. Chatmon's two decades of experience and expertise.  

The book offers readers ten succinct, actionable strategies that will walk them through the process of transitioning into the federal contracting space, and an action plan that shows you how to bid and win government contracts.  

At the end of the book, readers will walk away with a start-to-finish game plan for positioning their companies to enter and succeed in the federal contracting market.



Grant-Worthy by Linda Chatmon

Do you know how to make your organization GRANT-WORTHY? What are the distinguishing factors that set grant-winning nonprofits and corporations apart from those that do not win? Author Linda Chatmon offers readers a concise, no-nonsense handbook that simplifies the process of making an organization or corporation attractive to funding sources. Grant-Worthy is the second title in The Road to Government Contracts and Grants series, published by Linda's company, Contracts and Grants, LLC. This must-read guide gives for-profit and non-profit organizations a critical checklist that will help readers quickly assess their strengths and weaknesses.  

Proposal Review Services from Federal Contracting Experts

What you don't know will DEFINITELY hurt your chances of winning your next bid. The clock is ticking. Request an impartial, expert third-party proposal review now.