Month: September 2018
RFP’s should be crafted for maximum response from qualified suppliers. They shouldn’t be written in a way that scares off suppliers who could create value for your organization. Suppliers have limited time, too, ya know!
Therefore, it is key to make sure that all questions in your RFP’s are relevant, appropriately timed and necessary. As such, use this RFP proofreading checklist to determine if each question in your RFP should stay, be changed or be deleted.