A detailed RFP should provide:
- Instructions for how to organize the proposal
- The evaluation criteria that will be used to assess the proposals, or at least a description of what’s important to the customer
- The requirements that your proposed offering should fulfill
The release of the RFP is the moment of truth. Either you are prepared or you are not. You will either be ready to issue assignments, or trying to figure everything out.
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