"RFP"s are sick, not dead" Read this article, and write a report about it
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"RFP"s are sick, not dead" Read this article, and write a report about it

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An RFP can be describes as a solicitation that is made mainly through bidding processes by agencies or companies that are interested in procuring a service or a good to any potential suppliers so that they may submit their business proposals (Lysons & Farrington, 2008). On the other hand, an RFI can be described as an ordinary business process that is meant to collect any written information regarding the capabilities of different suppliers (Bailey, Farmer, Crocker, Jessop and Jones, 2010). This paper describes the potential problems and issues that organizations require to consider when they are making decisions concerning the most appropriate routes for making pre-contract engagements with their suppliers.

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