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Dave has significant experience in formulating winning bid strategies for opportunity pursuits at all levels of government. Focused on managing the transition from opportunity discovery, qualification, and proposal submission. He is an accomplished business development executive who understands request for proposal compliance requirements, proposal development, project management, and the importance of adhering to contractual terms and conditions.
Proficient at developing the differentiators, experience, methodologies, best practices, requirements, and the win strategy to capturing the award. Often performs as the Proposal Manager to create the proposal document to ensure the finished document is relevant, competitive, and compliant to the bid specifications. Skillful at formulating teams to contribute resources to the proposal development effort.
Dave has successfully attained contract awards at the Department of Defense, Department of Transportation, Bureau of Prisons, Veterans Administration, State of Illinois CMS, Chicago Housing Authority, and the City of East Chicago. These engagements were the result of meticulous planning, and development of the win strategy in each instance.
David is utilizing his expertise at BWI to implement technology solutions that will reduce the cost of energy for BWI properties, and providing vital transportation alternatives to residents such as implementing an electric vehicle ride share program. In addition, Mr. Dabney is pursuing new business opportunities for BWI outside the Indianapolis area in Residential/Commercial Property Development, Construction Management, and Property Management.
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Energy Efficient Affordable Housing Program Breaks Ground on First Community
The organizations behind an innovative housing model that uses energy efficiency as a way to manage costs for low- to moderate-income residents have broken ground on their first community in Fort Wayne. Posterity Scholar House, Phase 1 of the Posterity Heights project, is geared specifically toward single parents working to increase their educational attainment. It’s just one example of the Moving Forward program’s intent to adapt to communities’ unique needs.