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IFBs vs. RFPs: What’s the Difference?

IFBs vs. RFPs: What’s the Difference?

School bids have traditionally followed the “Invitation for Bid” model, but some districts, like the Los Angeles Unified School District, have begun adopting the broader, “Request for Proposal” model

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