Minding Your RFPs and RFQs: Developing your Practice in the Age of Match.Com

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The public and private sectors increasingly rely on RFPs (Request for Proposals) and RFQs (Request for Qualification) for awarding service contracts including contracts for legal services. As the stakes for these contracts increase, clients not only want the guidance of their counsel, they are requesting their attorneys to be part of the response team. Understanding both the nuts and bolts of the process is just the beginning. Understanding the roles and thought process of the participants will give you or your client a clear See more +
The public and private sectors increasingly rely on RFPs (Request for Proposals) and RFQs (Request for Qualification) for awarding service contracts including contracts for legal services. As the stakes for these contracts increase, clients not only want the guidance of their counsel, they are requesting their attorneys to be part of the response team. Understanding both the nuts and bolts of the process is just the beginning. Understanding the roles and thought process of the participants will give you or your client a clear advantage in this little understood but extremely lucrative market.

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Topics:  Request for Proposals, Request for Qualifications

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