How to Submit a Proposal

Modified on Thu, 28 Sep 2023 at 05:17 PM

Please follow these instructions to successfully submit your proposals in Symphony.


Step 1. Continue your Submission

Step 2. Go to the Review tab

Step 3. Submit your Proposal

1. Continue your Submission

From the Symphony dashboard, click on the available Solicitation to view all the available options. Choose the one you want and Continue your Submission. Be aware the Submit function is not available until after the Q&A deadline or the program office enables the feature. If the government needs to make amendments to the solicitation, this prevents you from having to submit it multiple times.

2. Go to the Review tab

Use the Review Tab to see if your assembled proposal is ready for submission. Expand each section to review the information and see how everything comes together. A proposal is certified and submitted from this screen even if error messages state that certain requirements are not complete. Be advised warning messages are seen by the evaluators. 

3. Submit your Proposal

Only a SAM POC Administrator or the Open Market Proposal Manager can submit your proposal. Scroll to the bottom and click submit if you have the permissions. Please reference the Administration folder for more information. 

Once submitted, Symphony will display the submission date and time, with the option to view the details of it. There will be a print option where you can save a copy of the submission for your records. 

  • If you have permission to make changes to your proposal after submission, you can make edits until the solicitation deadline. Carefully review and resubmit before the deadline. Once the Solicitation deadline is met, Symphony will close and all assets are frozen.

Proposal Submission screen

If you still need help, contact us.

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