What is an Intent to Bid Letter?
An Intent to Bid Letter is a document typically sent in response to an RFP (request for proposal).
Why do I need an Intent to Bid Letter?
An Intent to Bid Letter serves as a confirmation that your company will be submitting a written proposal to complete a project or a portion of a project. By submitting an Intent to Bid Letter, your company will:
- Advise the recipient company of its intent to bid on their project
- Be included in amendments to the proposal, scope of work, deadlines, site visits, etc.
- Be eligible to submit a proposal
How do I use an Intent to Bid Letter?
- Submit a completed Intent to Bid Letter using preferred method of communication (email, fax, etc.) to the recipient company.
- Ensure that your contact information on the intent to bid includes your company contact information so that you may be privy to project amendments.
- Submit a completed proposal by the project closing date (typically indicated on the RFP).
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