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Nominations for 40 Under 40, APMP Awards, Fellows Now Open

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Every year, APMP recognizes the outstanding work of proposal management professionals from around the world through several awards and honors. Your peers are pushing the industry forward every day — submit an award nomination for those who should be recognized for it.

The 40 Under 40 awards program highlights rising professionals who have already made a noticeable impact on the profession. Nominate a colleague who is winning big, revamping processes, facilitating teamwork and giving back to their communities.

APMP Awards are given annually to recognize the outstanding achievements of chapters and members. Available categories include:

Chapter Awards

  • Chapter Member Connection Award
  • Chapter Communications Award
  • The Stephen P. Shipley Award for Chapter of the Year

Individual Awards

  • Proposal and Bid Industry Executive of the Year
  • Vendor of the Year Award
  • Executive Summary of the Year Award
  • Bid & Proposal Team of the Year
  • NEW! Best WinningTheBusiness.com Article

To access the nomination form, award descriptions and criteria, visit the APMP website.

One of APMP’s highest honors, the APMP Fellows awardrecognizes those who have made significant contributions throughout their careers in the bid and proposal industry. Nominate an individual with long-standing, proven leadership experience in the profession of new business acquisition and is an active participant in the professional development of APMP and its members.

The nominating period is open now through 5 p.m. EST Monday, March 2, 2020. 40 Under 40 and APMP Awards winners are announced just before the annual APMP conference, Bid & Proposal Con; Fellows are announced the first day of the conference. All honorees are celebrated throughout the event, culminating with recognition at the Celebration of the Industry.

Contact APMP Marketing and Communications Coordinator Kelsea Watson with any questions about APMP’s awards programs.