Identifying and responding effectively to grant proposals is more an art than a science. Most grants require applicants to complete a request for proposal (RFP), though there are a number of methods to respond to an RFP and the information requested through the RFP is not necessarily universal, meaning grants typically ask for varying information. With that background, discuss the overall concept of an RFP and the typical components of an RFP, along with strategies/techniques an organization should follow to respond effectively to an RFP. How can an agency be assured that they have effectively responded to an RFP?
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