Technically not a problem in Proposal Land, since it happens after contract award, but good to be aware of the tendency when making commitments you’ll be held to later.
One of the things every proposal team must understand clearly.
A critical part of the specification of the Work in the RFP and SOW.
Leaving aside marine uses of this acronym (Sea Date Required to Load), a SDRL is a Data/Document Requirements List for a Supplier, Subcontract, or Subcontractor. Pretty much all the same thing: data deliverables under a contract. See also Contract Data Requirements List.
Compliance means “meeting all mandatory requirements,” and it’s the second-most important thing in RFP responses.