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  1. 1. Small Business Works 2009Programming & Graphic Creation ProposalCreating High Tech WebsitesCarla J. McCoy1000 Project Management Ave.<br />Carla J. McCoy<br />Small Business Works <br />1000 Project Management Ave.<br />March 29, 2009<br />Small Business Works<br />Programming & Graphic Creation Proposal<br />2000 Life Project Rd. <br />Kelley, AIU <br />76300<br />Mr. George Kelley:<br />As the years have passed our office “Small Business Works” has received requests from your company “Bidding Jobs” for a Programming and Graphics Creation Proposal in order to tailor a high tech web site with “model” Programming and Graphics. Small Business Works has been reluctant to fulfill these requests simply because of the lack of precise training within our business in programming and graphic creation which there is no guarantee of funding for. As a new customer, Small Business Works has created the following sample Programming and Graphics Creation Proposal, complete with fictitious names and sources. (Jones, D., & Tucker, I., 2003)<br />While not all of the components of this Sample Proposal are required from Small Business Works, it is a good example of a universal and sound, funding proposal so that we may continue to serve our customers with precise and qualified technicians that can assist in any programming and graphics creation that’s needed in the future. In response to your request of last Friday, I am submitting this proposal to increase and improve work related situations by improving the overall physical aspects and appearance of Programming and Graphic Creation on your Sample business Web Site that we have created at Small Business Works hopes that your Organization will respond favorably to this effort. (Jones, D., & Tucker, I., 2003)<br />Sincerely, <br />Carla J. McCoy<br />NEEDS OF THE SITUATION<br />Small Business Works is experiencing a high incidence of Programming and Graphic Creation problems among its newly hired Programmers and Graphic Design Specialists. This problem has reached a point where newly hired Programmers and Graphic Design Specialists may be in jeopardy due to lack of funding for proper training. Research shows that continual training will help keep our Programmers and Graphic Design Specialists fit to take on bigger tasks. A Volunteer funding drive needs to be developed in order for our programming and graphic technicians to be properly trained and kept up to date on software. The purchase of software material will need to be included in the volunteer funding drive and training of all participants. Funding for this type of training, Software, and possible equipment will run at $28,500 per year. (Jones, D., & Tucker, I., 2003)<br />Project OBJECTIVE<br />Given the Importance of making steady, incremental progress towards employee skills, knowledge, and understanding, it is unlikely that demonstrable results will be possible in the first 6 months. During the first six months, emphasis will be placed on setting up the project, evaluating programming and graphics creation during various training sessions among various employees. Our objective is to make sure that all programming specialists and graphic creation technicians are properly trained, given the appropriate software in order to learn new things and get fresh new ideas, and to be provided with the equipment necessary such as modems, graphic software, and software programs for our programmers to use. (Jones, D., & Tucker, I., 2003) This will be done by four factors, Scope, Cost, Schedule, and Customer Satisfaction. (Gido, J., & Clements, P, 2009) This will ensure a better and bright future for Small Business Works and will provide our customers with good cost efficient deliverables that meet their requirements in a timely manner in order to provide them with good customer satisfaction. (Jones, D., & Tucker, I., 2003)<br />ASSUMPTIONS<br />Funding<br />Same funding source assumptions would be used where volunteer fund raising didn’t meet expected needs. <br />Not enough volunteer fund raising in order to meet the needs of software needed for training. <br />Cost of equipment or training may be higher than original estimations.<br />Weather inclinations that would put a delay on volunteer fund raising needs. (Gido, J., & Clements, P, 2009)<br />Training and Testing<br />System test models being tested on a regular basis. <br />Employee successful training session certificates or licenses obtained. <br />Payroll<br />Pay roll gross wages and salaries being met according to skills, license, training, and employment in years. <br />Insurance coverage per employee being met with standard criteria. (Jones, D., & Tucker, I., 2003)<br />MAIN DEPARTMENTS INVOLVED<br />This project demands significant involvement by the IT and Web Design departments. The Payroll Department will also be involved, as well as Human Resources and all Management. Organizational Structure will need to be available through Delegations created by Management. (Jones, D., & Tucker, I., 2003)<br />RISKS<br />A high risk of employee loss is at stake if proper training and funding do not become available through our goals and objectives here at Small Business Works. We estimate that the need of $28,500 per year for software, training, and possible equipment needed will be sufficient in training and providing our customers with high tech programming and graphic creations although there is a high risk in obtaining customers with the lack of training and funding that’s provided within our Company. Another risk would be where Delegation Planning, Organizing, Leading, and Controlling fail to obtain successful results from all Management departments who do not put every effort into the success of this Organization and follow Delegation Standards. (Jones, D., & Tucker, I., 2003)<br />PROJECT<br />This project would be considered a Project because our entire staff here at Small Business Works is willing to use their own time, resources, and talents in order to ensure the success here at Small Business Works. Here at Small Business Works we have both short and long term goals and every employee provides feedback as well as distributes feedback forms to our customers to ensure we get the quality amount of feedback needed in order for our Company to progress with Change. (Jones, D., & Tucker, I., 2003)<br />In closing, here at Small Business Works we sincerely appreciate the opportunity to service your programming and graphic creation needs. If you would like to accept this proposal, please sign one copy and return it with a 50% deposit of the software cost. <br />Sincerely, <br />Carla J. McCoy<br />CEO<br />Response[This letter correctly sets forth the understanding of the neighborhood group.]Accepted by:Title:By or on Date: 4/1/2009<br />ReferencesAIU Online eBook:Gido, J., & Clements, J., (2009) American InterContinentalUniversity Project Management Concepts AIU Online eBook Unit 1 MGT110 – The Life of a Project Classroom retrieved on March 29th, 2009 from: Online Web Page:Jones, D., & Tucker, I., (2003) Sample Grant Proposal City of Summerville Department of Public Safety, A Nonprofit Service Organization retrieved on March 29th, 2009 from:<br />