An RFP (Request for Proposals) is a necessary document for buying products or hiring services. The document details the project requirements and the requirements that vendors must meet when they submit proposals.
While writing an RFP can be challenging, it is a critical part of the procurement procedure that ensures your business works with qualified vendors. Not only does a complete RFP guarantee clear communication regarding the project and compensation, but it also prevents misunderstandings and future conflicts.
Read the following seven steps to writing a comprehensive RFP and use our template to help you create one.
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