Essay on Request for Proposal - Microsoft Training Project

652 Words Aug 20th, 2010 3 Pages
University of Phoenix
4635 East Elwood Street
Phoenix, Arizona 85040

Request for Proposal
Microsoft Office® Training Project
Revision 1 August 18, 2009

1. Introduction

1.1 Confidentiality Notice
The University of Phoenix is the copyright owner of all information included in this document. You are not permitted to share or redistribute this document to any third parties without the prior written consent of The University of Phoenix. You are permitted to make copies of this document for the purpose of preparing and submitting a proposal in response to this RFP. All other uses are strictly prohibited.

1.2 Project Overview
The University of Phoenix is looking to train its personnel on the use of Microsoft Office® programs
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If this is an all-day course, lunch accomodations should be provided. Exceptions to the lunch requirement will also have to be justified in your proposal.

2. The Training

2.1 Purpose of the Training
The purpose of the training is to increase The University of Phoenix's employees' proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office® applications for the smoother daily conduct of its business operations.

2.2 Goals and Objectives of the Project
The objective of this document is to request proposals from any outside contractor willing to bid to provide training services for The University of Phoenix in the use of Microsoft Office® programs.

4. Submitting a Proposal

4.1 Proposal Format
Your proposal must include, but is not limited to the following sections:
Executive Summary
A one page summary of the proposal.
Vendor Overview
A brief description and history of your firm.
Methodology
Describe your training plan and the reasoning behind it.
Budget
Indicate your training fees and fees for possible optional services.
Portfolio
Provide examples of your previous work, case studies and references where available.

4.2 Proposal Delivery
The proposal will be submitted as an online PDF or Word document or a mailed-in hardcopy document. A sample of training material you plan on including in your proposed course will be provided, as well as a listing of available training venues you are able to reasonably secure,

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