A preliminary version of the client’s RFP, usually issued to solicit industry feedback and to ask for alternative solutions that might otherwise be ruled non-compliant . . .
Explains these two acronyms, used widely in AFP and P3/PPP contracting.
Explains design-build contracting as it relates to infrastructure.
Defines “document” as the physical entity being submitted and explains what it means when someone talks about the proposal in this way.
A meeting with the client after the conclusion of the procurement (usually after contract award) to receive feedback on your proposal. (Should you bother to go? Yes. Always. Win or lose.)