The format and content of Request for Proposals (RFP) vary across the board. There is no one-size-fits-all template for an RFP. Depending on the scope of work to be performed, some RFPs can be short and simple, while others can be long and more involved. There are common sections included in RFPs such as the scope of work to be performed, project deliverables, and bid schedule; but the terms and conditions will vary depending on the contractual requirements that apply to that project or company. My suggestion would be to work with your department that handles your contracts/subcontracts or with your legal counsel who can help you draft one that fits your specific requirements.
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