This article discusses how expectations of RFP’s are often unrealistic or undefined, consultants rarely have an opportunity to discuss the project goals with decision makers, and have no idea who or how many consultants they are competing against. Because of this, consultants find RFPs to be, on the whole, not a good use of time and a considerable impediment to their ability to improve clients’ conditions.
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