RFPs: Everything You Need to Know About the RFP Process

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You’re ready for your first RFP!

We’ve gone through a lot together from the introduction, until now. You’ve learned the basics of RFPs, types of RFPs, how to write an RFP, how to distribute an RFP, and how to evaluate a response to an RFP, to name a few lessons. We’ve said RFP so many times, the letters don’t even look real anymore. 

You’ve built your field, and distributed your field, and evaluated the responses toward your field – in short, you’ve done more than Kevin Costner dreamed of doing. You should be proud of all you’ve accomplished and learned.

The hope is that a once-daunting process now feels manageable and approachable. There’s no reason why soliciting other organizations for business should be scary or difficult to navigate. The above guidance and resources, coupled with your amazing organization’s goals and aspirations, should have you penning RFPs the most sought-after agencies will ready their teams for.

This document is over, but we’re always learning, and you can be, too. Be sure to revisit this page for updated resources and evolving information on RFPs and related documents.


  1. ^ RFP responses (learn.g2.com)
  2. ^ RFP contract negotiations (learn.g2.com)
  3. ^ RFP tools (www.g2crowd.com)
  4. ^ narrow RFP applicants (learn.g2.com)
  5. ^ case studies (learn.g2.com)
  6. ^ how to make an eBook (learn.g2.com)
  7. ^ how to make a website (learn.g2.com)
  8. ^ meeting room displays (pages.robinpowered.com)
  9. ^ how to write a press release (learn.g2.com)
  10. ^ request for information (learn.g2.com)
  11. ^ SlideShare (www.slideshare.net)
  12. ^ SlideShare (www.slideshare.net)
  13. ^ RFQ (learn.g2.com)
  14. ^ request for tender (learn.g2.com)
  15. ^ grant proposal (learn.g2.com)
  16. ^ here (vtldesign.com)
  17. ^ Computerworld (www.computerworld.com)
  18. ^ customer reviews (learn.g2.com)
  19. ^ forms automation (www.g2crowd.com)
  20. ^ Proposal (www.g2crowd.com)
  21. ^  software (www.g2crowd.com)

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