How to Respond to a Project
This article explains how to apply for an open opportunity.
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Written by Thao Hill
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Start on the project page that you're interested in applying for.

Step 1: Click either "Draft Response" or let them know you will be "No Bidding" the project.

Step 2: Follow the steps to apply.
Each step and its status are listed on the left-hand side of the page. You'll need to work through each of the steps before you are able to submit your proposal. The steps can vary depending on what's required for the project, but you'll know that when everything on the left is checked, you're all done!

Step 3: Click "Submit Proposal"
This will submit your proposal. Clicking this will send it to the buyer. A proposal needs to be submitted to be considered completed.

Whoops, I messed up! Can I change my proposal?
Yes, you can. If you click on your proposal and scroll to the bottom of the page, you can click "Unsubmit Proposal" until the submission deadline.

NOTE: If you submit your proposal and the agency releases an Addendum, you MUST log back in, unsubmit your proposal, acknowledge the new addendum, or risk your response being deemed non-responsive. OpenGov Procurement will notify you frequently via email until this is completed.

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