For election officials, writing a request for proposal (RFP) is an important step toward improving how elections are run. A successful RFP will help you purchase new voting equipment, internal management systems, and other materials that can reshape your office’s work and influence the voter experience.
Led by Kammi Foote, County Clerk/Recorder and Registrar of Voters for Inyo County, California and Tabitha Lehman, Election Commissioner for Sedgwick County, Kansas, this webinar gives an overview of best practices for creating an election RFP.
Plus, we introduce the new RFP How-to Guide for Election Officials.
Key topics of the webinar:
RFP basics: how they work, what’s needed to create one
Common ingredients of an election RFP
Distributing your RFP and reviewing bids
Using the new RFP How-to Guide for Election Officials