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A Request for Proposal (RFP) is a solicitation used in negotiated acquisition to communicate government requirements to prospective contractors and to solicit proposals. Solicitations describe the Government’s requirement, anticipated terms and conditions that will apply to the contract, information required in the offeror’s proposal, and (for competitive acquisitions) the criteria that will be used to evaluate the proposal and their relative importance. FAR Subpart 15.2 “Solicitation and Receipt of Proposals and Information” is the main guidance for government solicitations and RFP’s.

This class provides a survey level of depth of the Sections of an RFP and takes a bit of a “deeper dive” into key interrelationships between Sections and how that should shape the perspective contractor response, as well as other information you should be aware of when you consider responding to an RFP.

Instructor: Rick “A to Z” Agopsowicz
EVP, Program Execution
CorVantage, LLC.