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APMP U.S. Benchmark Reports
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The APMP U.S. Benchmark Reports offers the most comprehensive benchmarking data the bid and proposal industry has ever produced.

Key Themes

In-depth findings in five key areas will allow proposal management professionals to evaluate their teams in the broader context of the industry. These areas are:

  • Proposal management processes and best practices
  • Leadership commitment to the proposal process
  • Performance outcomes and what activities drive better outcomes
  • Tools and resources used in the proposal management process
  • Characteristics of proposal professionals and teams

Access Data in Multiple Ways

The Executive Summary, featuring 12 key findings and takeaways, is available to APMP members for download for no charge. Nonmembers may access the Executive Summary of the report for $99.

Looking to dive deeper? The full report, at more than 100 pages, can be purchased for $275 by members and $475 by nonmembers.

See Where You Stand

When you purchase the full report, you'll arm yourself with industry data that can help your team achieve additional success. The data looks at key drivers of success (i.e., higher win rates) and the degree to which adopting best practices can affect your team's outcomes. 

Benchmarking Best Practices

APMP is committed to helping its members grow and thrive. With the most comprehensive data in the industry, the APMP U.S. Benchmark Report can be leveraged in a variety of ways to drive best practices and improvements into your processes and team.

“This is exactly the type of data I’ve been craving! We can now begin to see how our processes and practices stack up in the industry and in particular sectors, which will open the door to internal process and performance improvements. Additionally, the information contained in this report can be used to advocate on behalf of both proposal teams and individual workhorses. This report has the power to be a game changer for the industry, and I plan to leverage its findings to benefit my team and my company.”
-- Ginny Carson, CPP APMP, Life Cycle Engineering