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A 20-Point Proposal Evaluation Checklist


PurchTips - Edition # 205

By Charles Dominick, SPSM

 

What Does A Compliant Proposal Look Like?

Proposals can contain a lot of information and are the basis on which procurement decisions are made. So you must evaluate them carefully for compliance with your requirements. Use the following checklist to simplify your proposal evaluations and ensure that a supplier is worthy of being considered.

Did the supplier:

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