incredibly easy way to put together the framework for each proposal so all I had to do was fill in the pages with my content and specifics. It also gave me ideas of information to include in a proposal that I never thought of before making the end proposal more complete and ultimately winning more projects."
The Supplied Form template is typically used only for government grant proposals that require very specific form. These required forms are typically forms provided by the government agency you are submitting the proposal to. There are many different agencies and also different RFPs for each agency. If you are submitting proposals to different agencies or RFPs make sure to use the forms supplied by the agency for the specific RFP you are responding to. Forms may be titled the same and appear similar between different agencies and RFPs; however there could be differences. Make sure to get the most up to date form you are required to use from the government agency web site from which you got the original RFP instructions. Remove this instructional text and replace it all with the government agency supplied form.