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APMP Contributes to Washington Post’s Capital Business Section

Wednesday, March 13, 2013  
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APMP Contributes to Washington Post's Capital Business Section
Leading National Newspaper Prints Executive Director's Perspective on Generating Revenue in the Midst of Federal Spending Cuts

Washington, DC, March 12, 2013 – The Association of Proposal Management Professionals® (APMP®) Executive Director, Rick Harris' commentary, " How to make money in the age of federal spending cuts,” was run in the Washington Post's Capital Business section yesterday.

The article offers optimistic tips on how to proactively prepare for an austere economic environment and future cutbacks, whether you're in an economy facing fiscal restrictions or working to simply enhance your market edge.

"People can be coached on how to make money in the midst of challenging the U.S. federal spending cuts,” said Harris. "Diversification is important. The advice is offered as ways for contracting and proposal industry professionals to develop and retain federal business, and it also applies to professionals across a range of industries and economies.”

About APMP
The Association of Proposal Management Professionals® (APMP®) is the worldwide authority for professionals dedicated to the process of winning business through proposals, bids, capture, business development, graphics and presentations. APMP is a non-profit membership organization founded in August 1989 and began with 28 charter members. Today, the Association has more than 4,800 members and 25 active chapters worldwide. APMP is the producer of APMP's Bid and Proposal Con 2013 , May 28 – 31, 2013 in Atlanta, GA. F or more information, contact Patrice Scheyer, Director of Marketing and Communications, +1-703-281-1686 or