Why Poorly Executed RFPs Create a Severe Financial Burden for Agencies
Our CEO, Fergal McGovern wrote about ‘Why Poorly Executed RFPs Create a Severe Financial Burden for Agencies’. His article appeared in the December edition of the NCMA (National Contract Management Association) magazine.
Government contract procurement documents generally reflect a poor quality of writing, although the quality varies from agency to agency. Detailed analysis from major Fed programs in 2016.
“In the universe of government procurement, you can find a lot of online advice about how to write a good response to a request for proposal (RFP). You will not, however, find nearly as much content about how to write the RFP itself.”