Re: RFP best practices question
This is just a sanity check. For those of you who do a lot of RFP responses, tell me how well our practices align with yours:
I don't do many proposals, but I do them. Your practices sound sensible to me - in preparing a proposal, anything that puts your team in the best possible light without making any falsifications is sensible.
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