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Old 11-04-2013, 01:50 PM   #1
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LXer: The new RFP in government: Request for partnership

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Should your government consider a "request for partnership" to prevent duplication and save tax-payer dollars in IT? Yes No If youre familiar with any type of government procurement process, it usually involves an RFPa request for proposal. But today, with declining revenues and limited resources, the approach to partnerships and getting work done may change within government in the near future. I forsee a shift from the traditional RFP process to a request for partnership.



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