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20% of Your Final Grade
Step 1Carefully read the clients RFP to be sure  you fully understand the expectations.
Step 2Create the outline in the format and order  defined in the RFP to demonstrate the         ability to follow directio...
Step 3Brainstorm responses to each section and    subsection(s) by writing responses to   each client requirement. For the...
Step 4 Flesh out your ideas and add detailed content to each of them to fully address            the clients needs.
Important NotesSome RFP’s will outline exactly how they   want you to present your response. If  they don’t, then you are ...
Introduction   Introduction: Who are you? You will    either give your name or a new    company name. We will all say tha...
What are we responding to? We will be responding to the Senators  RFP available in your content section. If you wish to ...
Statement of Purpose   Statement of Purpose: You know what    the Senators want. What is your    purpose? What do you int...
Scope of Work Scope of Work: This is where we really  get into what you are going to do for the  Senators. This section ...
Staff Obviously, this will be fictional, so  instead of saying how many people work  for you, tell us about the kinds of ...
Cost   We do not have the tools or information    to calculate cost. So, this section you    can write whatever you want,...
Supporting Information I will leave this section up to you. What  would you include in this section? Whatever you have w...
ResearchPlease Note: The example you are using as a template does not have to be used  exactly. There is always room to tw...
Marking This is worth 20% of your final mark. 15 marks will be for content and  creativity 5 marks for style/grammar/sp...
Due Date: February 27th, 2013
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Written response to an rfp 2013 (3)

  1. 1. 20% of Your Final Grade
  2. 2. Step 1Carefully read the clients RFP to be sure you fully understand the expectations.
  3. 3. Step 2Create the outline in the format and order defined in the RFP to demonstrate the ability to follow directions. (Sometimes this can mean simply responding to the issues in the order they were presented in the RFP)
  4. 4. Step 3Brainstorm responses to each section and subsection(s) by writing responses to each client requirement. For the initial draft, words and phrases can be used. Repeat this step for all sections.
  5. 5. Step 4 Flesh out your ideas and add detailed content to each of them to fully address the clients needs.
  6. 6. Important NotesSome RFP’s will outline exactly how they want you to present your response. If they don’t, then you are free to choose the way you present your response.
  7. 7. Introduction Introduction: Who are you? You will either give your name or a new company name. We will all say that we have five years of experience in the audio/visual field and would be perfect candidates for this job.
  8. 8. What are we responding to? We will be responding to the Senators RFP available in your content section. If you wish to respond to a different RFP, let me know.
  9. 9. Statement of Purpose Statement of Purpose: You know what the Senators want. What is your purpose? What do you intend to do?
  10. 10. Scope of Work Scope of Work: This is where we really get into what you are going to do for the Senators. This section requires creativity and the bulk of work on your part. What can you do to revolutionize the in-game experience for all Sens fans?
  11. 11. Staff Obviously, this will be fictional, so instead of saying how many people work for you, tell us about the kinds of people you will be hiring to make this project work. Think outside the box on this one.
  12. 12. Cost We do not have the tools or information to calculate cost. So, this section you can write whatever you want, or write nothing at all. The heading “Cost” must be in there, however.
  13. 13. Supporting Information I will leave this section up to you. What would you include in this section? Whatever you have will be fictional, but some examples are, quotes from people who you have worked for in the past, references, resumes. Think of something for this section to make it creative.
  14. 14. ResearchPlease Note: The example you are using as a template does not have to be used exactly. There is always room to tweak and make changes to suit your own style and purpose.
  15. 15. Marking This is worth 20% of your final mark. 15 marks will be for content and creativity 5 marks for style/grammar/spelling
  16. 16. Due Date: February 27th, 2013

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