Every RFP question must be answered: everyone knows that. Every RFP question should be answered just once: not everyone knows that.
Whoever invented copy/paste has a lot to answer for.
Like 15 pages of text on preventive maintenance with no discernible structure.
Like 5 pages of text on reporting with no discernible structure.
And both, when you dig into them a bit, highly repetitive. Oh, look, here’s almost the same content again! And again. And again.
Copy/pasted from previous proposals and laid end to end.
Read the question (RTQ).
Answer the question (ATQ).
Once, damn it.
Laying three (or more) answers end to end is not on.