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This set of templates was used for a bill to be submitted to congress. A typical bill starts with a preamble (introduction), a needs assessment, details about the bill, its enactment date (implementation schedule), etc.

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Navigating Bill Submissions to Congress with Proposal Kit

In the complex landscape of legislative processes, drafting a bill for submission to Congress is a meticulous task, especially for those unfamiliar with the nuances of proposal writing. The Proposal Kit, with its extensive template library and Wizard software program, emerges as a powerful tool in this arena, offering clarity and structure to both seasoned professionals and novices alike.

Crafting an Effective Congressional Bill Submission

The most effective approach to writing a bill submission to Congress involves a clear structure and detailed content. For beginners, the Proposal Kit provides a robust framework, guiding users through each essential component of the proposal. This includes everything from the preamble (introduction) and needs assessment to detailed bill information and implementation schedules. The software also incorporates a line item quoting database system, which is crucial for accurately presenting costs summaries, quotes, estimates, budgets, and other financial aspects of the bill.

Typical Projects for Congressional Bill Submissions

Various types of projects necessitate congressional bill submissions. Common examples include:

  • Proposals for new environmental regulations.
  • Bills advocating for changes in healthcare policy.
  • Legislative initiatives for education reform.
  • Bills focused on technology and data privacy laws.
  • Proposals for infrastructure development and funding.
  • Legislative efforts for tax reform.
  • Bills concerning national security measures.
  • Proposals related to immigration policies.
  • Legislative initiatives for labor and employment laws.
  • Bills addressing social welfare programs.


Can you see yourself in the position of drafting a bill submission for Congress?

Utilizing Proposal Kit for Legislative Proposals

The Proposal Kit's templates effectively address various sections of a congressional bill submission:

Cover Letter

This section serves as the first impression of the bill. It should succinctly introduce the bill, highlighting its significance and relevance to current issues. The cover letter must grab the attention of congressional members, compelling them to consider the bill's importance. It sets the tone for the proposal and should reflect the seriousness and urgency of the bill.


The introduction provides essential background information. It lays out the context in which the bill has been proposed, its overarching goals, and its relevance to national or societal issues. This section should clearly articulate the purpose of the bill, setting a foundation for the detailed arguments that follow.

Needs Assessment

A critical component, the needs assessment identifies and elaborates on the specific issues or problems the bill aims to address. It should provide a clear understanding of the current situation and the gaps or challenges that the bill intends to tackle. This section establishes the necessity of the bill.


This section outlines the legislative process required for the bill to become law. It details the steps for gaining approval from various congressional committees, the requirements for majority support, and any other legislative criteria essential for the bill's passage. Understanding this process is crucial for crafting a bill that is feasible within the legislative framework.

Implementation Schedule

The implementation schedule provides a timeline for the bill's enactment and execution. It includes key milestones and deadlines, ensuring that the bill's objectives are achieved efficiently and effectively. This schedule helps legislators understand the timeline of the proposed changes and how they will be integrated into existing systems or policies.


Recommendations are actionable steps suggested for the bill's implementation. They provide practical solutions and strategies for achieving the bill's objectives. This section is where specific actions, resources needed, and parties responsible for various aspects of the bill are detailed.


The conclusion summarizes the proposal's main arguments and desired outcomes. It reinforces the significance of the bill and its potential impact. This section should leave a lasting impression, summarizing why the bill is crucial and deserves attention and action.


This is where research and data supporting the bill are presented. Findings should include statistics, studies, expert opinions, and other relevant data that substantiate the bill's purpose and needs. Solid evidence in this section strengthens the bill's credibility and persuasiveness.


Identifying the groups or individuals who will benefit from the bill is crucial. This section outlines who the bill will impact and how, highlighting the positive changes it will bring to these constituencies. It personalizes the bill, making its importance and impact more tangible to legislators.


Any technical terms, industry jargon, or specific phrases used in the bill are clarified here. This ensures that all readers, regardless of their background knowledge, have a clear understanding of the proposal's content. Definitions are key to avoiding misunderstandings and ensuring that the bill's language is accessible and precise.

Incorporating these elements into a bill submitted to Congress ensures a comprehensive, clear, and convincing proposal. Each section plays a vital role in explaining the bill's purpose, backing it with evidence, and outlining a clear path for its implementation and impact.

Applications of Proposal Kit

Sam's Tech Regulation Initiative

Sam, deeply versed in the complexities of the tech industry, recognized a significant gap in existing digital privacy regulations. With rapid technological advancements, consumer data vulnerabilities had become a pressing concern. He envisioned a bill that would not only address these gaps but also set a precedent for future tech regulations.

Using Proposal Kit, Sam started with a cover letter that succinctly outlined the urgency and importance of his bill. He knew the key to success was in catching the attention of congressional members right from the beginning. In the needs assessment section, Sam detailed the current landscape of digital privacy, using recent data breaches as case studies. The findings section was rich with research, including statistics on data misuse and expert opinions supporting the need for updated regulations.

The implementation schedule Sam proposed was both realistic and forward-thinking, suggesting phased rollouts of the regulations to allow for industry adaptation. His recommendations were strategic, covering not only the immediate steps but also long-term considerations, such as the establishment of a tech oversight committee. Sam's thorough and well-structured proposal, enhanced by Proposal Kit's clarity and organization, laid a strong foundation for legislative consideration.

Ava's Healthcare Deadline

Ava's challenge was not just the complexity of the healthcare bill but also the tight timeframe in which she had to work. Her bill aimed to tackle the critical issue of healthcare accessibility, particularly for underserved communities. With Proposal Kit, she was able to quickly organize her thoughts and data into a coherent structure.

Her introduction painted a vivid picture of the current state of healthcare access, pulling in recent statistics on uninsured populations and the consequences of inadequate healthcare provision. The cost summary was meticulously prepared, outlining the budget required for expanded services and the potential for long-term healthcare savings. Ava's benefits section tied the financial aspects to societal impacts, emphasizing improved community health and productivity as key outcomes.

Despite the looming deadline, Ava's proposal was comprehensive and persuasive. The clear, concise structure provided by Proposal Kit allowed her to present a strong case to her superiors and, ultimately, to Congress, contributing to a positive reception and serious consideration of her bill.

Lucas's Environmental Mission

Lucas, passionate about environmental conservation, embarked on a mission to protect endangered habitats through legislative action. His goal was to submit a bill that would not only bring immediate protection to these habitats but also ensure long-term sustainability. Proposal Kit was instrumental in translating his passion into a compelling legislative proposal.

In his proposal, Lucas used the constituency section to bring the bill's impacts to life, describing the diverse species and ecosystems that would benefit from habitat protection. He included personal stories from local communities that relied on these habitats, adding an emotional appeal to the data-driven narrative.

Lucas's recommendations were practical and actionable, including specific measures for habitat protection and community involvement in conservation efforts. The implementation schedule he proposed was detailed, outlining short-term actions for immediate habitat protection and long-term strategies for sustainable conservation.

His proposal, enhanced by the clear and organized structure of Proposal Kit, effectively communicated the critical need for habitat protection. It resonated with the non-profit's mission and laid a persuasive foundation for legislative action, reflecting Lucas's dedication and the potential for significant environmental impact.

Bringing It All Together

In each scenario, the Proposal Kit proved instrumental in navigating the complexities of drafting a bill submission to Congress. From Sam's tech regulation bill and Ava's healthcare initiative to Lucas's environmental protection effort, Proposal Kit provided a structured, efficient, and comprehensive approach to proposal writing. Each story highlights the versatility of Proposal Kit in addressing a wide range of legislative needs, demonstrating its effectiveness as a tool for creating clear, persuasive, and impactful congressional bill submissions.

The use of Proposal Kit in these varied contexts underscores its utility in solving proposal writing challenges, making it an invaluable resource for anyone looking to make a significant legislative impact. Whether you are a lobbyist, a corporate employee, or a non-profit volunteer, Proposal Kit streamlines the process of drafting a bill submission to Congress, turning complex ideas into coherent, persuasive proposals.

Chapter Templates Used in the Bill Submission to Congress Proposal

Cover Letter, Introduction, Needs Assessment, Approval, Implementation Schedule, Recommendations, Conclusions, Findings, Constituency, Definitions, Back Page

Bill Submission to Congress Proposal Calculator Spreadheets

These Excel calculator spreadsheets are included with this template. If you purchase a Proposal Pack or the Professional Bundle, these proposal pages are generated using an automated line-item database in the included Wizard software. The calculator spreadsheets are intended for use when purchasing only the static Word template.

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How to create the Bill Submission to Congress Proposal with Proposal Pack Wizard

You can create this document using any of the logo-designed Proposal Packs. Pick any Proposal Pack with a logo design theme you like best; they will all work equally well. The Proposal Pack for Any Business is the pack with no extra added logos or colors - designed to be used plain or for you to customize with your logos and graphics.

The Proposal Pack design theme you purchase will determine the visual look of this template. The screenshot above only shows the plain generic design theme. Names and stories in examples are fictional; however, the templates are from real client use cases.

We include a library of chapters to be assembled based on your needs. All proposals are different and have different needs and goals. We designed Proposal Pack so you can customize the documents to suit your needs.

You will best create this document using the Proposal Pack Wizard - Expert Edition software to select this template and build it in the Proposal Pack logo design theme of your choice along with any desired customizations (such as adding additional chapters, removing unneeded chapters, changing the order of chapters, and importing your company logo). This template outlines a proposal for the described situation. Each user is responsible for typing in the actual content of the provided pages with their information to complete the proposal.

You create this template using the Wizard software with an entire Proposal Pack library and software. We include the Expert Edition of the software in the Proposal Kit Professional bundle. Microsoft Word for Windows is required to use the customizing software. You can also edit Word document templates in other office software such as Word for Mac. We will assist Mac users in assembling complex templates for their first project if they do not have the required platform to run the Wizard software.

You only get the single assembled Word document if purchased as a stand-alone template. The individual template products - Bill Submission to Congress Proposal - include no other templates, samples, or software.

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