I need this paper for my online discussion post for technicalcommunication course. I ordered two pages and there is going to be twodifferent parts. The first part (250 or more words) I will use it as myfirst discussion post and the second part (250 or more words) I will use it for my second post. Please submit the two different parts to me in different files.Our discussion this week is about RFP’s and proposals.Background info about RFP’s When an organization disseminates a description of the work it wants done, this document is usually called a request for proposal (RFP) or a statement of work (SOW).The soliciting organization may send selected companies an RFP/SOW thatincludes completed specifications of the work desired. Alternatively,the soliciting organization may first describe the needed work ingeneral terms and invite interested firms to submit their qualifications(Figure 9-1). This type of request is usually called a request for qualifications (RFQ) . . . Inshort, each aspect of the solicitation process, from the RFQ to theRFP/SOW, has an appropriate use, but one or more of them is necessary toinitiate action on a project. Inresponse to an RFP, an organization will submit a proposal in the hopesof being chosen to do the work proposed in the proposal.For the first part, choose one RFP from the list below and answer the question ‘what kind of work do you see the document doing?’ You would have to write an analysis and assess this work by using relevant information from the textbook that I’m going to upload. In your analysis you can also talk about the elements that the RFP you chose might lack if you see something missing that could of make it better. Pages you need to check out from the textbook are:“Checklist for Developing Proposals and Progress Reports” (pp. 270-71),and checklists, such as “The Qualities of Good Technical Writing” (p.8), the “Style Checklist” (p. 74), and the “Document Design Checklist”(pp. 108-09). Anothervery important thing is that you would have to take one or two screenshotsfrom the RFP’s example you chose and incorporate in your analysis to use it as anevidence and show what you are talking about. ( For instance, youcan write your analysis and say ‘see figure … ‘ in parenthesis andupload your screenshot below). Please don’t forget the screenshot it is mandatory to support your analysis.For the second part, You choose one proposal below instead of RFP, then you answer the same question as the first part ‘what kind of work do you see the document doing?’ and you asses the work just like the first part using information from the textbook (check the pages I mentioned above) and don’t forget one or two screenshots as well on this second part to support your analysis.RFP’s and Proposals to choose from for the two discussion posts:RFPs: Hawai’i Tourism Authority , Center for Planning Excellence, The Global Fund Proposals: Mercer, Goold Health Systems Background info about proposalsInresponse to an RFP, an organization will submit a proposal in the hopesof being chosen to do the work proposed in the proposal. On pg. 239, the textbook explain, Proposalsgenerally include three main divisions: a summary, a main body, andattachments. The main body focuses on the three main parts of theproposals; the proposal’s objectives … methods for achieving objectives…, and project cost … Proposals vary, but you will see the followingsegments embedded in some way:Project summaryProject descriptionIntroductionRationale and significancePlan of WorkScopeMethodsTask breakdownProblem analysis Facilities and equipment PersonnelBudgetConclusionAppendices
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