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Develop Your Career
Be ready for your next Performance Review. Compensation reports from APMP provide current data direct from your peers and colleagues in this industry. Most recently released is the 2017 U.S. Compensation Report. Free to APMP members
Verify your knowledge and skills for both your employer and yourself. APMP certification validates that you understand industry best practices, and for many members it positively impacts their salary and/or organizational level in their company. Regardless, learning is often inherent with the preparation to earn each level of certification, so you'll likely pick up a few new tools along the way, too.
Gain new skills
Ever get stuck on a proposal? Pickup some quick nuggets of advice. The searchable APMP Body of Knowledge contains a wealth of best practices, tips and tools to help you move forward. It is entirely online, is mobile friendly, and is available 24/7/365. Free to APMP members
Spend an hour with the best in the industry; experience their insight without leaving your office. About once per month, APMP offers a webinar about a relevant, popular topic, presented by the industry's top speakers. After each live event, recordings are added to the archives and made available for viewing at your convenience. Free to APMP members
Learn something new, or be reminded of some practices you may have forgotten. Written for proposal people in the business/commercial sector (but just as valuable to people in the government sector), Writing Business Bids & Proposals for dummies has received positive reviews from both newbies and industry veterans. Included if you join now, for a limited time.
Save some money
If you join now, you can experience APMP membership for 15 months, for the price of 12.
Be sure to select the "promo" Membership, when you're presented with the choice between Regular and promo.
Applies to new, Individual memberships only. Does not apply to Retiree or Student members. Past members must be lapsed a minimum six months.