Borham, Heck, Petree
For Instructor Daren Young
October 24, 2011
3 S of an RFP: This simple rubric gives you three generalized elements that must
be in and RFP so that anyone interested in bidding on a project has all of the
information they need to make a competitive proposal. First Scope, tells what the
problem is and how they want it fixed as well timetables and necessary tools and
requirements. Second Selection tells how the decision will be made about how
will get the job. Finally Submittal explains the steps one must follow to be
When is it due?
What is the project description?
What type of work is needed?
Who will we need to contact?
Are there any extra requirements?
Is there background information we need?
What is the timeframe?
What are the requirements that must be met for a proposal to be accepted for consideration?
How will the selection process be made?
Are there any special considerations we need to make in order to stand out?
What sections need to be included?
Who will we need to send the proposal to?
Here is how it applies to the sample