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Request for Proposal (RFP) Listings and Exchange
Request for Proposal (RFP) Listings and Exchange

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Get it while it's fresh!: Request for Proposal for Web Site Design
proposals due March 27, 2014

The Center is accepting proposals to redesign its website. The designer would need to update the site by giving it a contemporary look and feel on par with other institutional websites of similar status. The scope of the project is limited to front-end design only; the Center will hire a developer to translate design mockups into a Drupal theme.

#rfp   #webdesign   #drupal   #graphicdesign  
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Website Design and Development & Enhanced Membership Directory RFP
proposals due March 25, 2014

The Association seeks a website design & development firm to lead two projects: the redesign & redevelopment of our main organizational website, and the redesign & redevelopment of our searchable membership directory. 
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Non-profit content strategy RFP due March 21, 2014

We’re about to embark on a largely in-house redesign of our website. We are looking for assistance in leading the content strategy discussions that are the beginning of this effort. It should include a comprehensive set of interviews, brainstorming and research that results in recommendations. The end goal is to have pragmatic resources that will be used by all of our teams to create content, and our in-house designer to wireframe and design it.
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Perhaps you need a reminder: What is a RFP, Where to find RFPs, and are RFPs relevant?

Requests for Proposals (RFPs) can be an invaluable source of new business opportunities for your company as long as you know what they are, where to find them, and how to make strategic decisions regarding them.
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We hope you've enjoyed the free/open database over the last 6 months...

But after lengthy discussion, we've switched back to our previous policy of credits.

For a refresher

The RFPdb Bottom Line
- Free to register
- Low ($2) cost per project lead
- Earn credits by sharing RFPs
- No subscription fees
- No commissions
- Free to upload RFPs for exposure
- First two project leads are free

Why are we doing this?

We believe in two things:
- Giving all businesses new opportunities to grow
- Encouraging competitive bidding in the marketplace

We encourage our users to upload projects that they are not bidding on and we reward our users for doing so. Because of our model, The RFP Database is able to offer a steady stream of new projects for everything from accounting and public relations to construction and web development. We keep our costs to a minimum to make projects more accessible to businesses that are interested in them. For users, this translates into a site free of membership fees, free of commissions, and with a low per-project access exchange rate.

How it works
When you register with us, we provide you with 4 credits to get you started. You can then browse our catalog of open project leads. For each project, you will see a short description of the project, the proposal deadline, the location of the project, and the reputation of the person who uploaded the project. If you are interested in reading the full RFP, you can spend 2 credits to be provided with the full description as well as a link to the RFP (or in some cases, the RFP document itself).

Need more credits?
You can go to the "Add a RFP" page to upload a RFP. Each qualifying RFP you upload earns you 10 credits! Or, if you prefer to buy credits directly, go to the "Buy Credits" page to purchase them for $1 each. Don't know where to find RFPs to upload? Check your local city or town website - chances are they will have a few currently out for bid!

Get your Requests for Proposals!: http://www.rfpdb.com
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Website and CMS
proposals due November 5, 2013

This is a Request for Proposals (RFP) issued by the University seeking proposals from experienced and qualified vendors to redesign the University’s general/public website and to provide/implement a content management system (CMS) for same. 
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Design, Implementation, and Support of a Business One Stop Portal
proposals due November 22, 2013

The purpose of this RFP is to select a vendor that can satisfy the State’s need to design, implement, and support the Indiana Business One Stop (BOS) portal. It is the intent of the Indiana Secretary of State’s Office (SOS) to contract with a vendor that provides quality design, implementation, and support the Indiana Business One Stop (BOS) portal for SOS.
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Website Redesign for MSPCA-Angell
proposals due Dec 6, 2013

The MSPCA-Angell seeks to update and improve its web presence (mspca.org) both technically and aesthetically in order to provide an exceptional user experience to all site visitors across multiple devices, while serving the individual needs of the MSPCA-Angell’s programs.
The successful candidate will demonstrate past experience developing and designing nonprofit organizations’ websites that were built utilizing the Blackbaud Convio Luminate platform as well as Convio CMS.
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You can win them. Find some RFPs at the RFP Database: http://www.rfpdb.com
What are the odds of winning a Request for Proposal? (rfp)

We get asked this all the time. We often hear the knee-jerk response "nobody ever wins RFPs" as the answer to why someone should or shouldn't respond to Requests for Proposals, and even when the odds aren't asked, but instead advice is being sought.

This response isn't factually correct: someone is almost always winning that RFP, it just may not be you

Read on to learn more at: http://www.confluentforms.com/2013/09/odds-of-winning-request-for-proposal-rfp.html
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We're celebrating the 9th anniversary of the The RFP Database by opening it up to everyone, free of charge, for a limited time only

(please share, you never know if any of your friends would have loved to know about this for their businesses)

Jump on in at http://www.rfpdb.com and perhaps you'll find some Requests for Proposals that you'd like to bid on!
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