Proposal Style Manual Spring 2008

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Garceau Style Manual for Proposals Font Size—12 pt. (Figure captions/citations can be 9-12 pt.) Font Style—Times New Roman or Arial for most documents, specialized headings, etc., your choice Font Color—Black, reserve color for graphics, etc. Margins 1.2 right, left and top, 1.0 bottom Page numbers—begin Roman numerals I on Executive Summary; begin Arabic numerals with 1 on first page on Introduction/Problem Statement/Needs Assessment/ Background, end Arabic numerals on last page of proposal. Should correctly cite all sources quoted, paraphrased and/or summarized. Title Page—1 page Your agency name and logo Prepared for: RFP agency name (mailing address is optional) Prepared by: with your names, titles and address Include date spelled out Can include graphics Other—anything else you might decide to add (sometimes these include proposal reference numbers) Letter of Transmittal—1 page Addressed to an individual that you would be preparing this proposal for in order to get approval to implement your project, and to seek funding. For instance, if you plan to work with other agencies to provide this service, then they would want a copy of this report. No page number Your agency name, logo and address Subject line Salutation Opening with request Summarize project & say something good about collaboration with grantors Ending paragraph with thanks and contact information Closing Your names and job titles Executive Summary—1-2 pages This has a heading Summarize all the parts of your proposal focusing on the main points. Be sure to mention what you are asking for in dollars.
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