Understanding the Solicitations tab

Modified on Wed, 3 Jul at 10:38 AM

Follow these instructions when working with the Solicitations tab in Symphony.


1. View the Solicitation Details

When you log in to the Symphony system, the Dashboard will display a user-specific dashboard for the available solicitations. The Solicitation details will include the Q&A deadline and the Solicitation Deadline (See Figure 1). 

Figure 1. Industry Dashboard with a Solicitation that is accepting Questions through Symphony


2. Ask Questions

During the Ask Questions period, you can ask questions, view responses, and go to the SAM.gov link when the Program Office enables the feature in Symphony (See Asking Questions & Viewing Responses).


3. Start in My Company

My Company is where you build your company asset library before assembling your submission (See Using Symphony as a Business)

  • Your company asset library includes Team Members, MRCLs, Projects/Past Performance, Business Factors, and more (See Figure 2). 
  • Your company asset library is reusable across all proposal submissions and stores your general information.

Figure 2.  The Company Overview displays all the assets in the My Company workspace

4. Build Your Proposal 

When the Solicitation is open to submissions, you can start, continue, or view your proposal(s) (See Figure 3). 

Figure 3. The Symphony Dashboard with a Solicitation accepting submissions


5. Submit Your Proposal

The Program Office will only receive the proposals that you submit

  • Once submitted, Symphony will display the submission date and time, with the option to view the details of your proposal. 
  • Once the Solicitation deadline is met, all assets are frozen.

Watch this video for a brief overview.

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