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Your RFP for Evaluation Services Is Terrible—You Can Fix It!

pdf Public Profit Evaluation RFP Guide

Bad RFPs for evaluation frustrate everyone

OK, maybe we are being too harsh. But requests for proposals for evaluation services are oftentimes terrible. They read like a mash-up of Mad Libs contract language and evaluation jargon, and almost never provide evaluators with all the information they need to respond.

When faced with a bad RFP, many evaluators simply choose not to respond. And those that do probably didn’t yield what the client sought anyway.


A great RFP is in reach!

Fortunately, most evaluation RFPs can be successful with just a few pieces of information, all of which is already in-house.

This guide provides step-by-step instructions for preparing an RFP that will yield high-quality proposals and stronger evaluation services for your organization.


Ready to fix it?