By: Scott Knapp, Director of Education
As a vendor with two decades of experience reviewing Request for Proposals (RFP’s), I’ve read and responded to a wide-spectrum of requests from polished/detailed/long requests, to two paragraphs, to bulleted documents, to relatively small purchases, to $1-million-plus purchases. Regardless of the length and detail, many have ended with purchases that have not lived up to expectations. As a technology solutions provider as well as a taxpayer and parent of four K-12 students, I want schools to get the most for their money and energy. When planning for an upcoming RFP, follow the tips below for a better, faster and more valuable outcome for you and your organization.
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