Speak The Same Solicitation Language: The Differences Between an RFP, RFQ And A Bid

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Government contracting is rife with acronyms and seemingly synonymous terms, such as request for proposals (RFP), request for quotes (RFQ), and request for bids. But these three terms, which all reference a type of solicitation, are not interchangeable. Download "Speak The Same Solicitation Language: The Differences Between an RFP, RFQ and a Bid" to learn the subtle but critical differences that can make or break a company’s validity as a qualified vendor. 

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