Community Association RFPs

November 2010 -- Jeremy M. Tucker recently spoke about "Request for Proposal: What You Don’t Know Will Cost You." Few decisions community association managers or volunteer leaders are more critical than selecting contractors to perform needed services in their communities. Without a sound understanding of the procurement process, managers and volunteer leaders cannot make an informed decision or enter into a quality contract. The most important step in selecting a contractor is preparing a request for proposal, or RFP. The seminar was presented by the Washington Metropolitan chapter of the Community Associations Institute. For more information about preparing RFPs for community association procurement, contact Jeremy at or 301-657-0157.


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