Making sure vendors meet federal cybersecurity requirements can be complicated and unwieldy. FedRAMP offers a standardized, government-wide approach.
When vendors make their case, your decision may depend on asking the right questions.
The lowest bidder isn’t always the best choice — especially when it comes to government software purchases. Here’s what you could be missing.
Streamlining your request-for-proposal response process is an investment in the future success of your business. By following five steps, you can increase your efficiency and response capacity.
Machine learning and other tech advancements make construction cost estimates easier and more accurate. Here are some points to consider.
Making the best use of oral presentations as part of the proposal process takes some planning. Here are some steps to help you prepare.
Meeting with government contractors outside the typical request for proposal (RFP) process can be helpful — but it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by vendor meeting requests. Here’s how to identify who you should (and should not) engage.
Relying on written proposals may not show you what you really need to know about a vendor and their solutions. Here’s why to adopt a “show-don’t-tell” approach.
Evaluating vendor’s responses to RFPs is an essential — and sometimes frustrating — part of the acquisition process. Here’s some advice on how to make those decisions.
What are the hallmarks of a carefully crafted RFP response? One that shows a vendor would be a good partner with your agency? There are five elements to consider.