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Note: Normally you would meet with the mayor or chief of police to review their
specifications for the equipment and training needed. However, for this project, you
will be making those reasonable cost decisions yourself so you can put your proposal
together in a timely manner.

Below is a chart of the six (6) sections of a proposal, in order. Be sure to include the
concept, program, and expenses from above in your proposal. Each section needs to
be labeled (Executive Summary, Statement of Need, etc.) and on its own separate
page.

COMPONENTS OF A PROPOSAL
Section of Proposal
Executive Summary

Length

State your case and summary of the entire proposal
(1) page

Statement of Need
Project Description

Description

Why this project is necessary

One

One (1) page

Details of how the project will be implemented
(1) page

Budget Financial description of project and any explanatory notes

One

One (1) page

Organization of Information
Make up a history of governing structure of the
nonprofit organization, (or locate an organization that matches what you will need)
its activities, audiences, and services
One (1) page
Conclusion

Summary of proposal’s main points

Two (2) paragraphs.

Resources:
The Plain Writing Act of 2010 (Federal
Law)http://www.plainlanguage.gov/plLaw/law/index.cfm

Write a four to six (4-6) page paper in which you:
Determine how the project fits into the philosophy and mission of the agency. (Be
sure to include the need that the proposal is addressing and that the concepts are
well articulated.)