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Lecture 5

SOC 102 Lecture 5: Request for Proposal(1)

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Department
Sociology
Course Code
SOC 102
Professor
Adamo

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP)
<PROJECT NAME>
COMPANY NAME
STREET ADDRESS
CITY, STATE ZIP CODE
DATE
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Introduction and Executive Summary
Write this section last after the entire document is finished. This is used to provide prospective vendors
with a brief overview of your company and the requirements for your product or service.
Business Overview & Background
Give a brief overview of your business, products and market sector that you cater to. This will help your
prospective vendors understand what business needs you are trying to fill with the vendor selection
process. Also provide important background information that will benefit the vendor when responding.
Detailed Specifications
This should be the longest section of the document. For an RFP, it will contain the qualitative measures
and requirements that will drive the vendor selection decision. For an RFQ this section should provide
the quantitative measures that you will be looking for in the vendor's response. Example criterion
includes:
Milestones
Deliverables & Timelines
Technical or Business Requirements
Software functionality
Hardware requirements
BUDGET
This section of the Request for Proposal should explain what bidders include in their
proposals regarding budget items. There are 2 categories:
Non Recurring Charge (NRC)
Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC)
Project Initiation and Planning NRC MRC
Market Research NRC MRC
Site/Database Development NRC MRC
Site/Database Testing NRC MRC
Site/Database Deployment NRC MRC
Site/Database Hosting NRC MRC
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REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) COMPANY NAME STREETADDRESS CIT,STATZIPCODE D ATEIntroduction and Executive Summary Write this section last after the entire document is finished. This is used to provide prospective vendors with a brief overview of your company and the requirements for your product or service. Business Overview & Background Give a brief overview of your business, products and market sector that you cater to. This will help your prospective vendors understand what business needs you are trying to fill with the vendor selection process. Also provide important background information that will benefit the vendor when responding. Detailed Specifications This should be the longest section of the document. For an RFP, it will contain the qualitative measures and requirements that will drive the vendor selection decision. For an RFQ this section should provide the quantitative measures that
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