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Understanding Rationale for RFP

Document 1 - RFP Understanding and Personal/Professional Rationale for RFP

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The purposes of Document 1 are for students to do the following:
- Demonstrate a clear and thorough understanding of the RFP issuing the organization's business need and RFP response requirements, including the stated business problem, the requested tasks, and the required contents and format of RFP responses.
- Describe how the business problem and requested tasks are related to the discipline of I-O psychology.
- Share compelling personal and professional reasons for selecting the RFP for the Master's Project.

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Document 1 - RFP Understanding and Personal/Professional Rationale for RFP
The purposes of Document 1 are for students to do the following:

- Demonstrate a clear and thorough understanding of the RFP issuing the organization's business need and RFP response requirements, including the stated business problem, the requested tasks, and the required contents and format of RFP responses.

The attached Response for Proposal is written by a Mr. William Mallison from Homeland Security. He is soliciting contract services from women owned small business companies who specialize in coaching and training services to the Department of Homeland Security?s Science and Technology Directorate. The task of the Directorate is to research and organize the technology, engineering and scientific resources in the United States. Once this task is complete the Directorate must use the existing resources to help protect the homeland. Proposals can be E-mailed to [email address removed by system]. The deadline for proposals is February 1st, 2013, 12:00 EST.

The contractor will be training a diverse group of executives, managers, career level employees and interns. The contractor is not ...

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This solution contains a detailed explanation of how to Respond to a Business Proposal (RFP). Includes over 500 words with references on the RFP's business needs, the required tasks and how these relate to Industrial Psychology.

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