RFP


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RFP

abbr.
request for proposal
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An RFP Response does not commit the District to accept such RFP Response or to award a contract based on any RFP Response ( Contract Award ) merely because an RFP Response may propose the lowest price for the Product(s).
To prepare an excellent RFP response requires a significant investment of time and energy by a number of billing and non-billing professionals (e.
RFP number DOL099RP20799: design-build services to renovate the Food Service Building at the Frenchburg Civilian Conservation Center in Mariba, KY.
I want to thank the members of the Task Force for their thoughtful input into and support of the RFP.
The inherent problem with the standardized RFP that was originally geared toward qualifying a 401(k) provider is that it will do little to tease out the needed qualities of a provider that is highly trained in designing, implementing and maintaining a company's NQDC plan.
Peerbolte and a core team at Delta & Pine Land Company invited three agencies to respond to a "carefully constructed" RFP, which outlined three company directives and asked finalists to suggest approaches to an assignment, including a fully integrated campaign.
Bob Potter, managing principal with San Anselmo, California, sales and marketing consultancy RA Potter Advisors, says government or large company buyers are most apt to use a formal RFP process, while nearly all buyers will seek at least informal comparisons, particularly for infrequent purchases or large dollar-value sales.
The RFP also outlines provisions to insulate the city and contractors against fluctuations in the market value of recycled materials.
This is one of the most deadly portions of an RFP in the hands of 80% of contracting people.
A well-prepared RFP will clearly state required and desirable functionality for the system to be purchased.