Post An RFP

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“While the law of competition may be sometimes hard for the individual, it is best for the race, because it ensures the survival of the fittest in every department.” Andrew Carnegie

Straight Forward Process


To start your RFP you will need to write a little description about your project. Think of this as the 10,000 foot view of the project so that prospective bidders will know what type of project it is.

If the project is sensitive and requires a confidentiality agreement - no problem. Our software allows the RFP lister to insert their confidentiality agreement for all prospective bidders to sign before they can view the RFP. A list of contact information for those who have signed will be provided to the RFP lister.



In an effort to level the playing field, all questions and clarifications are provided to all bidders and are available on the specific RFP page. The RFP lister has the ability to set specific deadlines for RFIs so that all information is made available prior to the deadline for the RFP.


Set your deadline down to the second. Your bidders will receive instantaneous feedback about their bids following the RFP deadline. The RFP lister will also recieve an email letting them know bids are in and results are ready. From there an RFP lister can sort, filter, and review based on unique factors such as insurance requirements, licensed professionals, languages, references, business classification, and more!



Before you can finalize and publish your RFP you will need to rank your top 5 selection criteria. You will be able to choose from cost, schedule, clarifications, add service rate, proximity to jobsite, % market served, similar projects, and age of company.


When the RFP lister ranks their selection criteria with the RFP, this information is stored until the RFP due date. After the due date each bidder receives an email stating their rank within selective criteria and a % chance to win based on the RFP lister's criteria. This offers each bidder a unique insight into their future pipeline that helps build predictable backlog.

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