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The Technical Approach Section of a Proposal. TCO 341 Dr. Helen Grady March 31, 2004. Overview of Technical Approach. Problem statement Project description Goals/objectives Project activities / steps Evaluation plan. This is a problem…. Problem Statement (research-oriented proposals).

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The technical approach section of a proposal

The Technical Approach Section of a Proposal

TCO 341

Dr. Helen Grady

March 31, 2004


Overview of technical approach

Overview of Technical Approach

  • Problem statement

  • Project description

    • Goals/objectives

    • Project activities / steps

    • Evaluation plan

This is a problem…


Problem statement research oriented proposals

Problem Statement (research-oriented proposals)

  • What

  • When

  • Why

  • Who

  • Why

    Hint: expand on your A-B-C heuristic


Problem needs statements

Problem/Needs Statements

  • Must be substantiated

  • Must be convincing

  • Must avoid circular reasoning (e.g., the problem is the lack of service that you are proposing)


Project description ta

Project Description - TA

  • Goals and objectives – identify what will happen if project is implemented

  • Project activities – detailed plan of what you will do

  • Evaluation plan – criteria and methods to determine results/successes of project


Goals and objectives

Goals and Objectives

  • Specific, achievable, measurable statements about what is going to be accomplished

  • Examples:

    • To determine optimum seating capacity for an all-purpose events arena

    • To recruit, train, and place 100 teenage volunteers in local service agencies


Project activities

Project Activities

  • Tasks associated with project startup

  • Tasks associated with project implementation

  • Be specific about what will be done, when, where, and by whom

  • Be convincing about the feasibility of your approach


Evaluation plan

Evaluation Plan

  • What methods will you use to determine if project is successful?

  • What types and sources of evidence are needed?


Summary must convince evaluators that

Summary – Must Convince Evaluators that

  • Problem/need is real

  • Approach is feasible

  • Project is worth funding

  • Yours is the ‘best’ solution


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