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Request for Proposal

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In the Word document “Request for Proposal”, you will find a template you can use in your purchasing process.

A Request for Proposal (RFP) is used to solicit goods, works or services from external suppliers, usually through a bidding process. An RFP includes an invitation to potential suppliers to bid, and it is followed by an evaluation process and a contract award.

If you are interested in optimizing your purchases, please have a look at the following article: Procurement Planning and Sourcing.

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