CHAPTER 14 ans - Chapter 14 Proposals and Formal Reports 1....

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Chapter 14 Proposals and Formal Reports 1. Most proposals a. are written to help a company generate business. b. tell how a problem will be solved. c. state the cost of solving a problem. d. All of the above REF: p. 334 2. Choose the statement that incorrectly describes proposals. a. Proposals are sales presentations. b. Informal proposals may be two- to four-page letters. c. Proposals may be written in response to RFPs. d. Most proposals are internal. REF: p. 334 3. The introduction to a proposal might a. list the proposed project costs. b. present the credentials and expertise of the project leaders. c. discuss the specific details of a plan for solving the problem. d. specify a key issue or benefit that is the heart of the proposal. REF: p. 335 4. In a proposal, the goals of a project might be described in a section entitled a. Staffing. b. Budget. c. Purpose. d. Authorization. REF: p. 335 5. Unsolicited proposals should a. not present a complete budget until after the proposal has been accepted. b. convince the reader that a problem exists. c. use the language of the RFP or other announcement. d. All of the above.
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REF: p. 335 6. The actual proposal section of an informal proposal must a. describe the credentials and expertise of the project leaders. b. discuss all the specifics for solving the problem, leaving nothing to be guessed. c. disclose enough of your plan to secure the contract without giving away so much informa- tion that your services aren’t needed. d. give an accurate listing of the costs of the project. REF: p. 335 7. The staffing section of an informal proposal should a. specify how progress on the project will be audited. b. identify length of time the project will take. c. describe the goals of the proposal in general terms. d. include résumés of key people. REF: p. 335 8. The budget included in a proposal a. always presents only a total sum of costs. b.
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CHAPTER 14 ans - Chapter 14 Proposals and Formal Reports 1....

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