How to Create an RFP Addendum

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Consider posting your RFP addendum on your website to ensure fast access.
Consider posting your RFP addendum on your website to ensure fast access. (Image: Keith Brofsky/Photodisc/Getty Images)

A request for proposal, or RFP, is a way for companies and organizations to solicit bid proposals from vendors and suppliers for specific products or services. On occasion, an RFP that’s been issued will require clarification or need to be updated or amended. This is done by creating an addendum to the RFP and distributing it to the parties that received the original proposal.

To Change Details

If you need to change any key elements of an RFP that’s already been issued, be as specific as possible, noting the document, the project, the change and where the changes can be found. For example, “In RFP 1001, issued Jan. 5, 2015, on Page 4 under, ‘Deadline,’ please note the submission date for bids has been changed from March 1, 2015, to April 1, 2015.”

To Address Questions

If you get a number of potential RFP respondents calling to ask for clarification on a particular detail, you can assume others are asking the same question. The clarification addendum should include the same information as any other RFP addendum, but it should stress that the update is to provide clarification only, not to change the original RFP content. Have your attorney review your document before distribution.

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