Please follow these instructions to successfully start your proposals in Symphony.
1. Complete your Company profile
Before applying for a solicitation, use the My Company link to build your company asset library before the submission deadline. Your company asset library is reusable across all of your proposal submissions which means that it is where general information belongs.
2. Start your Submission
When the Solicitation is open to submissions, you will be able to "Start your Submission" for the desired pool or "Continue your Submission" to complete your proposal in multiple sittings or review before submission.
3. Add your Assets
Pick your Teaming Partners
You can add Team Members or MRCLs to your proposal using the Team Members or MRCLs tab and the select box. Once added, the Business Factors on the Proposal Overview page will show half-shading to represent the claims coming from the members (regardless of how many have a factor). Any changes to your team members’ or MRCLs' data occur in the My Company section.
Pick your Projects
Add your Projects to your proposal using the Projects tab and the select box. A project is defined by its title, contract number, and Prime Contractor.
- Make sure to begin or modify your Functional/Performance factors to receive points for your solicitation-specific experience. You will be able to reference multiple documents and select or deselect these references as needed. You must link to a file for reference and provide reference “tags”. How you tag the information is at your discretion.
4. Check out the Live Score
For more information about the Live Score displayed at the top of the screen, select the button it is displayed on to review your Scorecard, what the point values are, and how many points you have as you add your company assets to your offer.
- Complete your Company profile using the My Company link before applying for a pool and adding your assets.
- Use the Review Tab for a more detailed look into your SAM Data, Scorecard, and the company assets included in your proposal.